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This year at Inspire2017 in Las Vegas, we fused Alteryx User Groups, Alteryx for Good, and the online Alteryx Community together to create the Community Hub. Alteryx users were invited to explore the many ways available to get involved with supporting the community whether it be to lead a user group, sign-up to volunteer, or get more involved online with other Alteryx users.  It was an exciting opportunity to, in the process, epitomize what our Alteryx ACEs are doing daily. They get involved with initiatives aligned with their passion and have a ton of fun in the process. 

 

With passion and determination, Alteryx users who are advocates continue to rise by demonstrating their mastery of Alteryx as well as their willingness to share their knowledge with the community. They are committed to constructively helping Alteryx improve our product offering for the community. They are tough critics who advocate for Alteryx.  The ACE program highlights a few of the most influential, supportive experts of Alteryx Analytics and recognizes them for the meaningful impact they are making, not just inside of their organizations — but across the analytics community.

 

The ACE program is designed to enable the community supporting the community.  You probably have noticed that our ACEs are very prominent across the Alteryx community.  From supporting users on community, blogging about their experiences and projects to leading an Alteryx user group, there are a variety of ways for users to engage.  Those engagements lead to the ACE designation.

 

You are at the heart of Alteryx, rich with contributions and ways to make a positive impact on people's lives, locally and globally. Share your solving superpowers with the Alteryx community ---online, in your town, or by giving back. 

 

Explore the power of sharing in the greater Alteryx community

 

Power your passion and local community with User Groups: https://community.alteryx.com/t5/User-Groups/ct-p/usergroups

Join a group today and start collaborating with other users to learn new and exciting ways to employ Alteryx for today’s business goals. Alteryx User Groups are independent volunteer organizations created, organized and run by users who get together locally throughout the year. These communities provide an opportunity to meet and network with peers, share ideas, experiences and best practices.

 

Power your personal impact with Alteryx for Good: https://www.afgcolab.com/

The Alteryx for Good Co-Lab is a volunteer network of Alteryx experts providing analytic expertise to nonprofits and educators.

 

Power your potential with Alteryx Community: https://community.alteryx.com/t5/Welcome-to-the-Alteryx-Community/Getting-Started-on-the-Alteryx-Com...

At Alteryx, we’re extremely passionate about empowering people to deliver deeper insights quickly with intuitive workflows. We created this space as a peer-to-peer support channel for those people to come together, to gain valuable insights from one another, collaborate, and innovate around Alteryx products.

 

Serve as an Alteryx Customer Reference: Hearing how other Alteryx users apply Alteryx at work inspire others with ideas to solve similar challenges you might face in your organization. We promote customer stories across various industries and multiple departments. Serve as a customer reference in opportunities like use-cases and customer testimonials, to encourage users to learn from peers and explore innovation across businesses. 

 

Other ways to get involved: Across the community, Alteryx Users are getting involved in many ways impacting the communities they serve. Share with us ways that you are currently getting involved with inspiring and supporting the greater analytics community.

 

Alteryx is here as a supporter and resource. For more information regarding the ACE program, please email ACE@alteryx.com. 

 

Tatiana Servin
Customer Advocacy Coordinator

Tatiana is a Customer Advocacy Coordinator on the Customer Experience Team at Alteryx. She is responsible for providing support and resources to Alteryx User Groups around the world. She enjoys engaging with Alteryx users on a daily basis as they plan and attend meetings devoted to creating opportunities to network with peers, share ideas, experiences and best practices. Follow her on Twitter @tyservin.

Tatiana is a Customer Advocacy Coordinator on the Customer Experience Team at Alteryx. She is responsible for providing support and resources to Alteryx User Groups around the world. She enjoys engaging with Alteryx users on a daily basis as they plan and attend meetings devoted to creating opportunities to network with peers, share ideas, experiences and best practices. Follow her on Twitter @tyservin.

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Alteryx Certified Partner
Alteryx Certified Partner

@TatianaS,

 

One of the 2017 newly minted ACE's, @Treyson (Treyson Marks), had asked me at Inspire 2016 about his chances of becoming an ACE in 2017.  Out of context my response was, "Good luck with that!"  He took that as a challenge and was quick to remind me of that conversation at his induction lunch.  If anyone would like to chat with me about the rewarding experience that an ACE designation offers, it is a reflection of your contributions and it is what you make of it.

 

If Tatiana's list seems daunting (I had to join Twitter and start blogging?) it becomes remarkably easy to share and give when your efforts are valued.  If there is something that I can do to help you on this journey, feel free to reach out and let's see if I can be of help to you.

 

Cheers,

Mark

Comet
Comet

@TatianaS @MarqueeCrew That happened! #goodluck

Atabarezz
Alteryx Partner

I want to take the challenge, would you please advise... I'm open to feedback...

 

Briefly I've met with Alteryx back in 2014 while I was working as a consultant for Experian and then

started the Alteryx User's Group Istanbul, Turkey in 2015.

  • We are now 286 "Data Artisans" https://www.meetup.com/Alteryx-User-Group-Istanbul/
  • We had 19 meetups since Aug 2015
  • 47 discussions were posted on the group 36 of them were blog posts with use-cases etc. in local language.
  • Helped 36 people with Alteryx for good licenses from 7 different Universities, mainly master's students

Now I've joined the AFG co-lab, you can reach me from https://www.afgcolab.com/advisors/workflows/altan-atabarut

 

Best

 

Altan @Atabarezz

Alteryx
Alteryx

@Atabarezz, Thank you so much for your support of Alteryx across the greater Alteryx and analytics communities!  The community appreciates the work and support from fellow Alteryx users like yourself. @LaurenU speaks so highly of the Istanbul group with user group meetings and your involvement with AFG. Let's set up some time to chat more about the program and your efforts. I'll reach out to you. Talk soon!

 

 

Alteryx
Alteryx

@MarqueeCrew, appreciate your support of many other passionate Alteryx users. @Treyson's story is one for the books, and certainly a piece of ACE lore for me. #whowillbenext

mceleavey
Alteryx Certified Partner

This is certainly in my sights.

I've been working with Alteryx for over two years now and I gained my certification out at Inspire in San Diego, despite my face being bright red from the sun, which is surprising because in the North East of England we get plenty of sun and...no wait, the other thing.

 

I'm a senior solutions architect for an Alteryx partner, and as such I'm tasked with providing presales and implementation consultancy across a plethora of sectors and business cases.

In addition to this I host regular Alteryx webinars and I'm active on social media. 

I'm engaged with different clients every day, giving demos, training, developing, running workshops and advising on how Alteryx can improve their businesses, and very quickly.

 

I also speak at public events and roadshows, and as a senior Qlik consultant I'm involved in bringing Alteryx into the Qlik sphere, both with the sometimes resistant vendor, and with our Qlik clients.

 

I'm a regular community contributor and was recently one of the users chosen as an Icon of the Alteryx Community, and I'm apparently on the deck of cards (I should find out at Inspire Europe) which has basically meant my childhood dream has come true.

 

So, fingers crossed.