Modern data stack: How to enrich your warehouse analytics with Piwik PRO
January 23, 2024 at 9:00AM
Gain access to even more insights by mixing and synchronizing analytics data in a data warehouse. In this episode, we will guide you through the data export and integration options available in Piwik PRO and show how they can fuel your modern data stack setup.
Host: Timo Dechau
Founder, Tracking & Analytics Engineer at Deepskydata
Timo is recognized as one of the leading figures in digital analytics. He has 8 years of experience in product development and has been making data video content for the past 2 years. And he shares his knowledge with others. Timo’s insightful content is consumed by over 10,000 data enthusiasts.
Data Analytics and Activation Expert, CEO at Defused Data
For over 13 years in his work with digital data, Maciej has helped brands such as Lufthansa, Ford, and EVE Online move from copy-pasting data from Google Analytics into Excel to a complete modern data stack. He is a huge fan of data activation.
What’s in it for you
Guide to modern data stack
Discover how modern data stacks work, their key components, and how to build a stack that improves your data ecosystem and operations. Get clear on the modern data landscape.
Integrations and enhanced reporting
Learn how to work with Piwik PRO’s data in Big Query to enable robust data analysis and reporting. Discover how to combine data with other data sources.
Easy data workflow
Find out how to import raw data from Piwik PRO to a data warehouse like Big Query. See how to use Piwik PRO’s HTTP API to decide where to send data and what tools to share it with.
Actionable advice from experts
Get practical tips on how to effectively use Piwik PRO data in a data warehouse environment to gain accurate and deep insights.
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