Instead of using a business intelligence project to “fix everything,” BPM Partners’ John Colbert recommends starting out with a reasonable scope, one that can, ideally, be completed within a few months. Approach business intelligence projects in phases.
Business Intelligence Overview
There has been significant merger and acquisition activity in the business intelligence market over the past 12 – 24 months. The impact business intelligence software upgrades, integration, maintenance and obsolescence have on deployed and in-development business intelligence projects can be massive.
Yes, we are aware that the headline of this blog is akin to “Get Rich Quick” or those lovely notes we get from the nice Nigerian gentlemen. However, this is not self-serving. ComputerWorld’s 2009 Salary Survey for IT is out and Business Intelligence positions are, in fact, among the most… Read More →
Visit Intelligence Enterprise (lower left on the page) and you can participate in a poll on innovation in business intelligence. Specifically, the question posed is: which innovation will be most important in the next era of business intelligence?
Cloud Computing and Advanced Analytics moved to the head of the class at the Gartner Symposium last week with the IT analyst firm ranking these the top two most important trends for 2010. Although “business intelligence” was renamed as analytics for the coming year’s Top Ten List, analyst David Cearley… Read More →
In this interview, John Colbert, vice president of research and analysis for BPM Paartners, discusses how to get stalled business intelligence projects back on track.
Agile development is being merged with Business Intelligence to create smaller-scale, rapid-results with analytics applied to corporate data.
Who would have thought that business intelligence software, predictive analytics and other tools could be an antidote to high gas prices and costly service calls? Well, Sumair Dutta of Aberdeen Group figured it out and that research into how Business Intelligence improves service and lowers costs is worth more than… Read More →
Industry analyst report after industry analyst report says the business intelligence market is on the upswing. The reasons don’t seem to vary much; basically, business intelligence software helps companies to not just identify cost savings, but to also grow profits.
What does the C-Suite get from business intelligence? Analyst Mike Lock of Aberdeen Group knows – and he’s sharing that info in a quick Webcast on Thursday, Oct. 1st at 1:00pm. Why wait for Mike’s forthcoming report when you can get a sneak peek? Email Tina Putnam at email@example.com to join the Oct. 1st Webcast.