Thorogood On Demand videos

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Our On Demand webcasts cover a range of hot topics from the world of Business Intelligence and Analytics. If you don't see what you're looking for here, check out our upcoming Webcasts section, or come along to meet us at one our UK and US in-person events.

See the future clearly by planning demand with Anaplan


If you want to protect or grow your margins, an accurate picture of future customer behavior is essential. In this webcast Thorogood consultant Amy Bellamy shows how Anaplan can deliver flexible yet integrated, data driven forecasting processes quicker than ever before.

Powerful Pairings: Microsoft BI & Tableau


Thorogood consultants Alli Hogan and Alaistair Jones demonstrate how to empower business users by utilizing Microsoft BI with Tableau Software to model and visualize data from a variety of sources. They evaluating the strengths of both product suites, and showcase how these tools can be combined to drive valuable, data driven decision making. This webcast will included live demonstrations illustrating real examples through customer experiences.

Enterprise Class Solutions with Qlik


Explore the possibilities with the latest releases from Qlik.
This session focuses on Enterprise organizations and how they can maximize their Qlik investments. We will showcase QlikView and Qlik Sense using real business scenarios. In this webcast we consider how the latest in Qlik’s offerings fit as a complete solution. 

Salesforce Analytics Cloud


We will showcase Salesforce’s new offering in the Business Intelligence and Analytics market: Wave Analytics. First released in late 2014 the offering extends the Salesforce platform into data discovery with an integrated self-service analytic tool, mobile-enabled and capable of blending Salesforce data with on-premise Enterprise data and other cloud-based data.

Trade Profitability. How to get the most out of your data?


The current climate poses an interesting challenge for consumer goods manufacturers. The channels through which consumers are purchasing, the power of the retailer, and the increasing influence of developing nations on margin mean manufacturers need to think differently.We uncover how combining internal and external data will help CPG companies gain greater insight into the market dynamics and the different channels through which consumers are operating.