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We were back in Slalom’s fantastic office in London Bridge for our 22nd London Alteryx User Group. After a quick bite and a beer, @joe_lipski kicked off the night with the latest updates from the community and also shared some exciting news from our very own @paul_houghton. This gave us the perfect opportunity for a bit off audience participation as we played, Guess the Baby’s Name.
As this user group was only 6 weeks before Inspire EMEA, we decided to dedicate the night to everything Inspire related. We heard from 3 fantastic speakers that are due to take to the stage in October. They gave us a sneaky peak into what to expect on the day but before I spill the beans, a couple of key announcements from Alteryx:
Our first speaker of the night was Javier Cuadriello-Rodriguez, a Programme Manager at EDF Energy. Javier was joined by Richard Birtwistle, a Consultant from Concentra.
Javier and Richard explained how they built GMAP, an agile finance analytics platform, using Alteryx. Each day, over 200 data sources are processed through 150 different workflows in order to provide their finance team with the data they require to calculate, analyse and provide insights on their profitability quickly and easily.
Up next was Alexey Nikityuk, the FP&A Manager at Revolut.
Similarly to EDF, Revolut were after an agile analytics system for their financial reporting. Before switching to Alteryx, reporting was primarily Excel based but this solution couldn’t provide the desired results. Now that Alteryx is fully embedded in the business, in the future they plan to make the most of the predictive and reporting tools in Alteryx.
Our last speaker of the night was Lilian Hoang, a Data and Analytics Consultant at Slalom.
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Gillian, Joe & Paul
looks great, thanks for sharing the deck. I coudlnt make this as i had to spend the night working till late, not the best birthday, but i was running workflows most of the night as part of my automation toolkits ive built, so there in spirit!