At the time I’m writing this, nearly 4 million people are without power due to the damage caused by Hurricane Irene, which made landfall this past Saturday morning. A Category 1 hurricane at her U.S. mainland debut, Irene wasn’t nearly as destructive or as powerful as the infamous Category 5… Read More →
We’ve highlighted several trend predictions for business intelligence and analytics for 2010; now we’ll look at Ventana Research’s 2009 Business Technology Priorities in Review. According to Ventana, their look back “offers not only a history, but some lessons learned as well, and some food for thought as we enter 2010.” Ventana’s perspective covers a wide range of business technologies, but we’ll focus on their observations regarding business intelligence and analytics.
It’s the time of year for trends lists, and Enterprise Irregulars has posted their top 10 trends list for analytics, business intelligence and performance management.
We’ve admittedly bitten off a large chunk of subject matter with this blog topic. We believe that business intelligence (BI) tools would be a component (and potentially a large component) of automating operational risk management. We are realists though and understand that business intelligence tools like TIBCO Spotfire would more… Read More →
As Cloud Computing matures, will it evolve into a viable platform used by financial services organizations, including Risk Management? If so, are Business Intelligence (BI) tools the best mechanism to access, navigate, manipulate, and report on the Cloud-based data and content? If we oversimplify and look at Cloud Computing as… Read More →