A new report by business intelligence industry expert Cindi Howson discusses the impact ease-of-use and user interfaces have on the adoption of business intelligence.
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Spotfire has two new white papers available to help organizations understand the changing dynamics of business intelligence and analytics.
1E makes and sells software that analyzes server and operations to find ways of reducing IT waste through analytics and business intelligence at the server and desktop level for global companies such as Dell and AT&T. CEO and co-founder Sumir Karayi said billions of dollars in electricity costs, overspending on… Read More →
A recent blog makes the case that the larger, older business intelligence vendors haven’t made the transition from building data warehousing solutions to building systems that address “data sense-making.” It states that “data sense-making (also known as analytics) requires…an approach that leads with design, not engineering, and focuses on people, their needs and abilities, not technology.”
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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.”
Data visualization is cool.” So said the author of this piece on Twitter data visualization and business intelligence tools from the Harvard Business Review.
Are you a Spotfire user with a great business intelligence or analytics story to share? We’re looking for Spotfire users to talk about their Spotfire successes using R/S+ in commercial applications at the upcoming R User Conference.
As Doc told us all in the Back to the Future movies, the flux capacitor is “what makes time travel possible.” After reading this article on eMarketer.com, we found ourselves thinking that maybe, business analytics is “what makes social media possible.”
Analytics and data visualization models, tools, and techniques are extremely interesting to us and the readers of this blog but what about Joe the Plumber? Does he care about data visualization? Does it come into his life at all? He may not care or realize that it does come into… Read More →