ZAP brings data management automation to Big Data LDN
Stand 441, 14-15 November, Olympia London
ZAP heads to Olympia London next week to demonstrate the benefits of its acclaimed data management automation software, ZAP Data Hub which – according to a recent IDC report – “fast-tracks the time and effort involved in kick-starting a data warehousing and business intelligence project.”
ZAP Data Hub automates access, integration, and preparation of data for reporting in BI tools such as Tableau and Power BI. The software is specifically designed to work with structured financial and operational data from ERP, CRM, financial systems, files, and databases, and is optimized – with smart data connectors and pre-built data models – for the most commonly used business applications including Microsoft Dynamics, Sage, and SAP Business One.
ZAP will be exhibiting on Stand 441, delivering a joint presentation with Tableau and giving a keynote in the Self-Service Analytics Theatre. Big Data LDN visitors can also get hands-on with the software in two demo sessions on Stand 441 each day. The morning session will cover ZAP Data Hub’s data governance and security capabilities, while an afternoon session will illustrate how quick and easy ZAP Data Hub makes the build of a single, unified data model from multiple sources.
“Automating data management tasks saves tangible time and money,” explains ZAP’s VP Global Sales & Customer Experience, Bill Tennant, “and this presentation will detail the ELT and data warehouse processes that are automated by ZAP Data Hub using examples from customers including Costa Coffee and Aston Martin.”
Joint presentation with Tableau – 14.11.18, Tableau Stand 427 @ 10:20:
ZAP will appear as a special guest of Big Data LDN‘s Platinum Partner, Tableau on Day 2 of the event, to demonstrate how cross-functional analysis – across multiple data sources – can be achieved quickly and easily in Tableau thanks to ZAP Data Hub.
Tableau’s VP EMEA Partners Ed Dolman calls ZAP “one of our brightest and most well-known technology partners… Their software brings instant reporting and cross-functional analysis to Tableau users, without the need for lengthy, expensive, manual and script-based data warehousing projects or data wrangling tools.”
IDC’s Helena Schwenk on ZAP’s market position and capabilities:
“Fast-tracking activities such as merging data sources, joining tables, building models, and validating data is a way of improving the time-to-value of a data warehouse project, and this is where ZAP Data Hub plays a role… The ability for ZAP Data Hub to automate the integration of multiple, complex, and often problematic ERP and operational data sources into a unified data model continues to resonate with customers.”