Implementing Your Data Fabric with InterSystems IRIS-Tuesday, June 22, 2021-11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Join us to learn:
- How you can access, transform, and harmonize data from multiple sources, on demand, and make it usable and actionable for a wide variety of business applications at the convergence of transactions and analytics.
- Why leading analysts are predicting that data fabrics are the future of data management, and how a modern data platform can speed and simplify these kinds of initiatives.
- How the features and benefits in the new release of InterSystems IRIS® data platform and InterSystems IRIS for Health™ 2021.1 can help your organization.
Benjamin De Boe
Benjamin De Boe is a product manager in the data platforms group at InterSystems, focused on scalability and analytics. He joined InterSystems in 2010 as part of the iKnow acquisition and has worked with various database technologies, mostly in the areas of data warehousing, natural language processing and anything analytics. His prior experience includes positions as a sales engineer and consultant at Oracle, specializing in business intelligence and data warehousing. De Boe has a Master of Science degree in engineering from the University of Leuven, Belgium.
Product Manager, Analytics & AI
Carmen Logue is product manager in the data platforms group at InterSystems, focused on business intelligence, reporting and analytics. Prior to joining InterSystems, Logue spent ten years working in various product management roles in the Contact Center software development group at Cisco Systems. Prior to joining Cisco, she worked at several early-stage companies in speech recognition, network service assurance, and one of the first network ACDs.
Director of Product & Industry Marketing
Joe Lichtenberg is responsible for product and industry marketing at InterSystems. He has decades of experience working with various data management, integration, analytics, and cloud technology companies. Lichtenberg is passionate about business applications of technology.