Key analysts such as Gartner continue to predict that the volume of self-service will exceed the volume gathered by data scientists. As we push further into the age of the Knowledge Economy, business users expect immediate access to data. In response, self-service is driving the limitless future of business intelligence. Executives are investing more in self-service , especially as it leverages augmented intelligence in the data exploration process. VP and Changepoint Evangelist, Larry Kading, will discuss the current and future impact of self-service and augmented intelligence within services automation, and why now is the time for enterprise companies to capitalize on them—because executives need the visibility that self-service and augmented intelligence provide to react more quickly to market shifts and make informed decisions that positively impact the business.