KPI Event Speakers

Industry Experts Available To Speak At Your Upcoming Event

KPI speakers frequently present for a variety of marketing and business audiences at conferences across North America. KPI's speakers have given presentations on the topics of business intelligence and enterprise performance management, data warehousing, BI for business, pre-built analytics, and more. In addition to live events, KPI Partners hosts periodic educational webinars and demonstrations that draw hundreds of registrants per event.

Speakers from KPI Partners deliver engaging, business-focused presentations that allow technology and business executives to put into action effective business intelligence techniques.

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Speaking Experience

KPI presenters have spoken at numerous events, conferences and meetings for audiences of 50 to 500 people, including some of the following organizations and events:

  • Oracle OpenWorld
  • Collaborate - Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community
  • ODTUG KScope
  • Rittman Mead Business Intelligence Forum
  • UGOBI - User Group for Oracle Business Intelligence
  • Oracle & Apple Mobile BI Event


"Oracle Business Intelligence 11g - KPI Partners provided a great overview of this technology" - @mattweibe

“One of the best events I have attended – informative, good timing, and will enable us to star! t some serious discussions internally” – Michael Kaufman, Deutsche Bank

“Well organized, well executed, well attended.. and extremely relevant. Great Event!” – Steve Moroski, Oracle

“I wouldn’t change anything. The timing and content had the audience engaged. My follow-up conversations showed me that customers are ! taking this back into the work place” – John Pierleoni, Oracle

“This is one of the best events we have ever run. I can’t believe how many people came to the after-event to keep talking” – Amanda Van Eerden, Apple