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Today’s business moves at hyper speed. Your response to both opportunities and emerging threats must be just as swift. Making smarter, fact-based decisions requires more than analysis; it requires deep, customer-centric, context-rich understanding. 

That’s what IBM Performance 2012 is all about—the increasingly vital role of analytics to recognize and even anticipate evolving trends. At Performance 2012, you’ll discover how IBM can help you deliver critical insight, faster, to stakeholders across the enterprise.

Here’s some of what you’ll learn:

— How you can profit from analytics

— Techniques for identifying and prioritizing strategic investments

— Modeling approaches that help cut costs and seize opportunity

— Sneak peeks at upcoming technologies—and how to prepare for their arrival

— Customer successes using analytics and the lessons learned

The Ironside Group is a proud sponsor of the IBM Performance Events in the following cities:

April 4, 2012 – New York, NY


April 17, 2012 – Boston, MA


May 24, 2012 – Atlanta, GA


June 7, 2012 – Hartford, CT


To attend one of the IBM Performance events, click on the link  next to your preferred location and register for FREE today! We hope to see you there.



Gregory Bonnette, Senior Technical Consultant of the Ironside Group presented alongside longtime client  ”The Timberland Company” at IBM-Cognos Performance 2009 in Boston on November 20, 2009.

Here is the Session Abstract describing this presentation:

Lessons Learned: Building a New Enterprise Platform for Business Intelligence

The Timberland Company maintains a rich IBM Cognos Series 7 environment with hundreds of deployed PowerPlay cubes and a strong and mature user population. The compartmentalized nature of these applications has always inhibited analysis across all Global Regions and/or Operational Areas. To address this, the company launched a strategic initiative to create an enterprise data warehouse that would consolidate and conform upwards of 20 disparate source systems, and would utilize IBM Cognos 8 as the new standardized platform for BI.  Read more