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Announcing the inaugural Microsoft Data Insights Summit

Data Insights Summit

The inaugural Microsoft Data Insights Summit is a brand new two-day event specifically created to bring together professional business analysts, leading industry experts and Microsoft product teams. The summit will be held in Bellevue, Washington, on March 22–23, 2016—and space is limited, so reserve your space today.

Attendees will receive product insights and hands-on training covering all the favorites—including Power BI and Microsoft Excel. In-depth talks, hands-on demos, workshops and sessions will help you get up to speed on new features. Plus, you can test-drive the latest technology to really get a feel for its potential. You’ll walk away inspired and ready to apply your discoveries. In addition, attendees can schedule one-on-one meetings with the engineering teams or attend Ask-the-Expert sessions to get specific answers to your data analysis questions.

Visit DataInsightsSummit.com and register today.

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