Don’t miss your chance to attend Virtual Enzee: Introducing the New PureData System for Analytics N2001 which will address the newest release in Netezza technology that was announced February 5th. Learn how these advances are helping clients apply analytics across various use cases and participate in a live Q&A with Phil Francisco, VP Product Management and Marketing for the PureData System.
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Details on the event are below:
- Presented by: Phil Francisco, VP Product Management and Marketing
- Date: Friday, March 8
- Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST
So what is the PureData-Enzee Community all about and how can I join?
This is an evolution and new version of our Enzee Community online forum. Launched on Feb 1, the community has quickly grown to more than 350 members, with daily discussions around products, marketing activities, sales assets and technical questions. You can join today to participate in discussions, share best practices, learn about upcoming Enzee events, and access the latest and greatest sales, marketing and product content for PureData System for Analytics.
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What is Virtual ENZEE?
Virtual Enzee is an interactive Netezza technology webinar series that brings together IBM PureData and Enzee professionals, including clients, IBM Business Partners, and IBMers. This Netezza technology series is aimed at sharing information to maximize your success with the IBM PureData System for Analytics, powered by Netezza technology.
Did you miss out on the February 22 Virtual ENZEE event? Not a problem. You can access via the on-demand section of the IBM PureData Auditorium.
Our next Virtual Enzee will be on Friday April 19th at 11am EST. We will be announcing the topic and panelist on blog this month! So stay tuned for updates. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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