The Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study, by Howard Dresner, will provide “an unbiased view of the market to those interested in selecting the best business intelligence vendors and products.”
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The Obama Administration’s transparency and open government initiative has stirred much interest from both supporters and critics. Following Government 2.0 aspirations, a major mechanism to deliver this new transparency is through upgraded websites with greater focus on usability, improved access to various stores of information, and newer data visualization capabilities… Read More →
Politics and cell phone coverage are two subjects that get people complaining about the status quo. They are also common reasons for seeking insights from details in maps derived from user information and data visualization. The intelligence comes from watching those maps evolve over time or adapt to shifting trends. … Read More →
Chances are above average that someone at JetBlue headquarters in New York will read even this humble technology blog thanks to text analytics. Like a watchdog, analytics software scans the Internet to find keywords and phrases and then reviews the contents to see customer sentiment, competitive business intelligence and even… Read More →
Anaytics tools can spot patterns and details in data you possess. But innovation consultant Larry Keeley is fond of saying “Sometimes things change.” And keeping your tools sharp can be a challenge in a fast-moving, changing business environment.
Our blog rarely focuses on ourselves – Spotfire – but as we end 2009 and start 2010, we thought it would be appropriate to check in with Spotfire. We spoke with Spotfire’s Vice President of Marketing, Mark Lorion. Read on to learn what Spotfire is seeing in the marketplace.
Whether it’s raining, snowing or sunny where you’re sitting, you can be sure that data analytics, predictive modeling or some combination of business intelligence tools are part of the weather forecasts. Visualization is a fancy name for the radar and other maps at 6 and 11p.m. that can show you… Read More →
This very interesting article from CNN’s Fortune BrainStorm Tech makes a great analogy between the advances in video gaming technology and the advances in Business Intelligence usability. We’ve written about this type of analogy before and actually have developed our own “game” to show the ease of use of Business… Read More →
On January 15, Network Computing delivered a cover story entitled, “Next-Gen BI is Here” In this article the author points out the components making up delivery of Next-Gen business intelligence. These components include: predictive analysis, real-time monitoring, in-memory analysis, and the potential for the Software as a Service (SaaS) market… Read More →
Seeing is believing. It’s true with data analytics and even more powerful when you can “see yourself” — or a subject that affects you — in the data. So spend a few minutes to watch the evolution of broadband Internet on a colorful new data visualization map created by Akamai… Read More →