Boulder, CO - July 5, 2016 -- On Friday, July 8, 2016, BBBT members will be briefed by WhereScape founder and CEO, Michael Whitehead, and senior architect, Neil Barton, on WhereScape RED, an integrated development environment that eliminates complex hand coding, automates development, creates a simplified infrastructure, and delivers faster time to value and dramatically lower TCO.
“I look forward to every WhereScape BBBT event. Each time, they bring their passion for helping organizations to get the most out of their decision-making environments,” said BBBT Founder Claudia Imhoff. “This passion translates into increasingly innovative ways to automate the entire process of creating the data repository, making it easier and easier for companies to perform critical analyses.”
“We are delighted to once again update the BBBT on our market-leading data warehouse automation solutions,” said Mr. Whitehead. “We have exciting product, partner, and customer win news to share with the BBBT members. As always, we look forward to receiving feedback and guidance regarding our future company and product direction.”
The Boulder Business Intelligence Brain Trust has served the BI industry since 2006. It is a consortium of nearly 200 industry analysts, experts, and practitioners from around the world. BBBT hosts BI industry vendors who provide extended, interactive briefings, streamed live as webinars exclusively to BBBT members. It's a reciprocal arrangement, the members receive the latest information on current and planned BI tools and technologies, and the vendors get valuable feedback on their offerings, marketing, and messaging.
WhereScape is the data warehouse automation pioneer. WhereScape designs, develops, sells and supports WhereScape 3D, the industry’s first data warehouse discovery tool; and WhereScape RED, the industry’s first and best integrated development environment for building, deploying, managing and renovating data warehouses and analytic systems. WhereScape’s products are used in every kind of today’s commercial environment: from normal-form enterprise data warehouses and data vaults, through user access layers and tiers of dependent data marts, to standalone data marts and reporting systems.