AtScale Launches “Data-Driven Podcast”
AtScale, the leading provider of semantic layer solutions for modern business intelligence and data science teams, announced the launch of it’s new “Data-Driven Podcast.” The Data-Driven Podcast will explore the impact of making smarter data-driven decisions at scale through a series of conversations with the foremost data, artificial intelligence (AI) and business intelligence (BI) industry innovators and top technologists.
Hosted by AtScale’s founder and chief technology officer (CTO), David P. Mariani, each episode will share with listeners a collection of practical advice and candid conversations with industry leaders. Guests will discuss the latest technology trends, share organizational transformation experiences, detail lessons learned, offer career growth tips, and chat in general about how to make smarter data-driven decisions for your organization.
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The first episode of the series features a conversation with Bill Inmon, commonly known as the “Father of the Data Warehouse.” Bill and David discuss the future of data warehousing and the importance of the data lakehouse as self-service architecture that can operationalize valuable company information.
“I’m thrilled to be able to bring our listeners these insights about the important role that data, analytics and related technologies are playing in today’s enterprises,” said David P. Mariani, founder and CTO of AtScale. “The key to business success in the coming years will be taking actions that enable value to be quickly and easily pulled from your company’s data. In each episode, we aim to provide insider knowledge that can help you make this a reality.”
Future episodes will feature conversations with:
- Megan Brown, director of knowledge management and data literacy at Starbucks
- Brian Prascak, director of advanced analytics, platform and data services at Wawa
- Mariska Veenhof-Bulten, business intelligence lead at Bol.com
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