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It is a known fact that Business Intelligence (BI) initiatives require a good amount of investment and time by the business. But organizations need to drive these initiatives not with a "cost" mindset but instead with a "profit" mindset.
The money invested in BI initiatives is meant to generate actionable information for timely decision making. It pays to note here that this actionable information can generate money many times over for the business.
The success of the BI…Continue
Here is an excerpt from a TDWI article - "The Year in BI and Data Warehousing" - that was published in December 2013.
"One of the things that ailed BI in 1993 and 2003 is the same thing that ails BI today: i.e., anemic adoption. This is in spite of the fact that today's BI tools incorporate a staggering array of "self-service" features, along with (often…Continue
It is now a given that it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, for organizations to survive without 'Business intelligence' (BI) i.e., Analytic applications that help in decision making by providing the right actionable information to the right people in the management at the right time.
For any analytical application to be powerful enough to provide decision support, it has to be both useful and usable. Usability requires that the application be easy to…Continue
Hi there! If you are perplexed by the title of this blog article, I wouldn't be surprised. I am sure you would be muttering under your breath "What on earth have Newton’s Laws of Motion got to do with Business Intelligence (BI)?"
Before I quench your curiosity to know more, let me for the benefit of everyone state here the three Laws of Motion as discovered by Sir Isaac Newton.
Law I: (1)
Every body persists in its state of being at rest…Continue