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Catapult Introduces the Modern Data Culture Learning Channel

Catapult Introduces the Modern Data Culture Learning Channel

Catapult, a Microsoft-focused solutions and services firm that specializes in building and sustaining digital transformation and cloud-based technologies, last week launched the Modern Data Culture Learning Channel.

Registrants receive access to a virtual learning channel focused on how to create a successful data-driven culture to improve their organization's performance.

This free learning channel features the keynote "Turning Dreams into Digital Business" from Erwin Visser, Microsoft's general manager, U.S. Partner Group. Other sessions are led by Microsoft MVPs and Catapult's leading experts covering data analytics, AI, data science, and more.

The channel is composed of 17 videos, each approximately 45 minutes, that give insights into what data can do and how it can transform business. Topics range from improving operations with data, powering smart devices using IoT, top data protection tips, DevOps for data infrastructure, and real case scenarios where data has helped organizations grow and expand.

Viewers earn a Data Culture Champion badge after watching six sessions to enhance their LinkedIn profile or resume.

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"This learning channel is intended to help viewers make gaining insight and the continual pursuit of an adaptable data-driven culture a key part of their organization's strategy," said Director of Catapult's Data & AI Practice Sid Atkinson.

"As society's behaviors and conditions continue to rapidly change, organizations need to move even further into an analytics and data-centric culture to be better situated to make informed decisions in the face of change. We created this learning channel to help introduce concepts, methods, and tools that can help companies innovate and improve their data estates and roadmap for data adoption. I hope these sessions are beneficial to those who watch," said Atkinson.

Access the Modern Data Culture Learning channel here.

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