If you use Survey Monkey, are you looking for an easier way to get and utilize that information for your business? Survey Monkey is a great tool for getting useful information and keeping in touch with clients. At Pragmatic Works, we use it for things like post-event follow up, emails after demos for feedback and at the completion of consulting engagements.
In the world of data, it’s imperative to test your data warehouse and BI systems. If you’re not testing early in the process, then you run the risk of incorrect results and poor performance, which can result in restarting a BI project all over again— wasting time, effort and money, as well as creating bad business decisions and losing business.
In today’s world, businesses run on data. Anyone who is not a developer in your organization is a data consumer. Knowing how to view and share reports on your data, or even create a Power BI dashboard can help you in your day-to-day tasks that involve data.
Are you a consumer and need to learn how to consume Power BI reports within your organization? Then our new course, Power BI for the Consumer, is for you!
I'm sure you’ve heard people talking about how they are embracing the cloud and migrating their business there. And you’re thinking, 'Is everyone moving to the cloud?' The answer is YES; about 75% of our customers are having deep cloud solution conversations about modernizing their data platform, moving their data center and evaluating cloud analytics.
A lack of data lineage can cause issues with compliance by not knowing where your data is coming from or going to. It can also cause issues and increase production time by not being able to see what you’re impacting when changes or updates to systems occur. Pragmatic Works Principal and COO, Tim Moolic, spoke with one of our customers in Australia, Cameron Monk, about his experience with our DOC xPress data lineage feature.
Your CIO plays one of the most important roles in your organization. Do you know what your CIO is working on to help grow your business?
Validating your CIO’s strategy is an important piece of knowledge to ensure that your business is moving forward. Here are the 3 questions to ask to figure out that strategy.
When working with various packages, like SSIS, SQL Server or Oracle, it’s important to establish standards across the enterprise. An architect will want to establish standards, or best practices, for the organization that developers and DBAs writing SSIS packages, or Junior Developers or outside teams, can adhere to.
Pragmatic Works has done a series of blogs and videos discussing how our Task Factory REST Source can help you easily get the data you need from web services, such as Salesforce, GoToWebinar and Google Analytics. Here, we want to show how REST Source helped our Training Director, Devin Knight, with Litmos.
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