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For the past several years we've run a little contest during the month of December called #SANTALYTICS. Before we introduce this years challenge, I figured it would be good to provide a bit of history on this very special Alteryx Community tradition.
For me, 2018 was the year of presenting at Alteryx Inspire(s) and it might surprise you that it was the first time that I stepped out of my comfort zone and got on stage in front of 300+ Alteryx enthusiasts in both Anaheim and London! I hope that over the next 5 minutes of you reading this I can inspire you to submit your demo tape, jump on stage, and rock out in front of hundreds of supportive Alteryx Inspire attendees at Inspire 2019 in Nashville.
In anticipation of our upcoming Women of Analytics panel luncheon at Inspire Europe 2018, I sat down with Alteryx co-founder and Chief Customer Officer, Olivia Duane Adams, for a chat about the Women of Analytics initiative here at Alteryx.
This month's release includes new Product Certification sharing mechanisms, the launch of the Inspire Europe 2018 | Buzz, Beta Program resources, and several UI & content updates -- all of which emphasize easy access to helpful resources.
For our third and final stop on the Road to Inspire, we headed out to Catalina Island to meet withDeborah Diesel and her son Wyatt. Deborah has been using Alteryx since 2016 and has benefitted from all the great resources available on the Community to learn Alteryx.
We made a second stop in Minnesota on our Road to Inspire, where we met with Tessa Enns and her daughter Zariah (and a special guest)! Tessa has been an Alteryx user for only six months and is thrilled about the possibilities the platform has opened up for her. Tune in to Episode Two to find out how Alteryx and her daughter have inspired Tessa!
I've never worked for a company that paid me to take time off to volunteer and it has to be, hands down, myfavoriteperk at Alteryx. Through the Alteryx for Good (AFG) program, our associates are given 20 hours a year to volunteer and give back to a cause that we feel passionate about. How cool is that?!