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By Gemma Morris
23rd October 2017

Over the year we have been producing a quarterly e-magazine on issues facing the information management and data analytics industry. In our previous issues we have looked at topics including: GDPR, Self-Service BI (SSBI) and the future of the Data Warehouse.

We’re now in Q4 and we are looking for guests to write articles to be published in our next magazine. This quarter we are looking at the topic of Real-time analytics and consumer habits over Christmas.

We are constantly looking for guest writers who have a passion and opinion on the topic. Are you:

  • A marketing analyst looking at shopping habits?
  • A business leader getting ready for the Christmas rush?
  • A vendor providing the real-time analytics?

If you are interested and have an opinion on the topic we want to hear from you. To contribute please email gemma.morris@kdrrecruitment.com or leave a comment below and I will be in touch.

Are there any other topics or issues you would like to see us cover in Information Matters? Let us know in the comments below.

KDR Recruitment is the home of the best Information Management and Data Analytics jobs. For more IM news and views check out the KDR blog or follow KDR on LinkedIn.

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