Industry experts have been advocating the consolidation of BI ecosystems lately. Highlighting the many benefits of BI consolidation research reports have done their best to give birth to another buzzword. What is Consolidation? What are its prerequisites and after-effects? and more.
Even though self-service BI has revolutionized the analytical arena to a certain extent, there are still challenges in the way to block them from gaining maximum BI potential. In this Whitepaper we thoroughly discuss the pain points that fall in the way of successful BI initiatives along with ways to overcome them.
Half of 2016 has already passed, where are we now? What did we make of the predictions that were laid before us at the beginning of this year? Here’s a mid-year roundup of predicted BI trends 2016.
While there’s been rapid adoption of BI, there have been concerns about the issues related to the most crucial element that fuels these BI initiatives i.e. Data. Data is too often ignored for impurities and flaws, eventually leading to unsuccessful, unsatisfactory and low ROI BI projects. In this document, we discuss the various pain points that decision makers face and the solutions to overcome them.
2015 was a fantastic year of great achievements and growth and we expect to see more next year. We expect data to become part of everyday lives and businesses revolutionize their data interaction to make better decisions.
MAD framework provides a layered information delivery system. Each function – Monitor, Analyze and Detail - is associated with a different layer of information and sets of key performance indicators (KPIs). A key concept in this framework is to convey all levels of information with minimal clicks.
The need for a proper governance structure that involves all parties has never been greater. The answer lies in implementing a federated BI governance model.The federated model removes the unmanageable complexity between functional business and non-functional IT requirements.
Business needs are constantly changing and the traditional business-centric and IT-centric BI models are unable to match the speed at which these changes are happening. A new model that encompasses business and IT staff, enterprise and divisional boundaries, and top-down and bottom-up BI is the need of the hour.