Public Presentation by: Jürgen Wiebe and Jason Pick / CONET Date: Thursday, 16.01.2020, 11:00 am Location: Technische Hochschule Köln, Campus Gummersbach, Raum 2108 Abstract: Surveys of the research institute BARC rank real-time analytics among the top 10 BI-trends. A reason is that companies achieve additional value by incorporating data-based insights into business decision-making with minimal…
Guided Project Presentation Day Friday,19.07.2019 Room 0503 09:00-10:00 Presentation of upcoming GP-Topics for WS 19/20 10:00-11:00 (Deutsch) Keynote API-sierung in gewachsenen Landschaften, am Beispiel der Versicherungswirtschaft; Björn Pasch, Senior Enterprise Architect, Zurich Versicherungen 11:15-11:45 SS19_A01 (English) Development of a Business Intelligence Lab 11:45-12:30 SS19_B02 (English) Forecast of academic success at university based on ﬁrst-year performance Break…
Guest lecture: Managed Self-Service BI – Leverage User Competency for Business Intelligence Speaker: Timm Euler (viadee AG) Date: Friday, January 25, 2019, 10:00 Location: Cologne Technical University, Campus Gummersbach, Room 0501 (Ferchau Building) Presentation language: German
Guest lecture title: Beyond BI: Standards and requirements for Business Intelligence projects Speakers: Alexandra Scheifgen and Marcel Landsberg (DYMATRIX Consulting Group) Date: Friday, 18 January 2019, 10:00 Location: Cologne Technical University, Campus Gummersbach, Room 0501 (Ferchau Building) Presentation language: German
Regys Mene, Hartmut Westenberger and Hrvoje Husic analyze in their publication „Reference Models for the Standardization and Automation of Data Warehouse Architecture including SAP Solutions“ the relation between SAP’s Layer Scalable Architecture (LSA) and the Data Warehouse Architectural Reference Model (DWARM). While LSA was primarily designed to standardize and automate a SAP centric BI architecture,…
Guest Lecture: Dr. Dierk Hahn (Capgemini) Title: Do new Business Requirements make Business Intelligence Architecture and Projects change?
Presentations of the Business Intelligence course winter semester 2017/18 of the master program ” Informatik / Computer Science” have been scheduled. All presentations are public and everyone with interest is welcomed.
As part our research, the survey „BI Strategy and Industrialization“ will be conducted in winter 2017/18. The survey addresses all stakeholders in this field, especially information consumers like managers and decision makers in companies, DWH / BI developers and consultants, as well as providers of DWH / BI solution components and of so-called standard software….
In the winter semester 2017/18 the following presentation/homework topics are offered in the module Business Intelligence:
The following topics are offered as master thesis: