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 firstname.lastname@example.org to join the Oct. 1st Webcast.
It sounds like a simple question but answering “Where do YouTube videos come from, Mommy?” requires studying the millions of files, photos and videos that are stored in giant data centers –warehouses with racks of servers that work around the clock. All those servers require electricity to operate; heating and… Read More →
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 →
Aberdeen Group, a Harte-Hanks company (NYSE: HHS) released “The 2009 State of the Market: Mid-Year Insights Report,” which includes significant findings on the business intelligence market. According to Aberdeen, business intelligence applications will have the highest impact for companies over the next two to five years.
Inc. Technology recently featured an interview about Trinity Pharma Solutions’ use of business intelligence software – specifically, business intelligence software from TIBCO Spotfire. The interview, between Glenn Wong, director of operations for Trinity Pharma, and Elizabeth Wasserman of Inc. Technology can be read here.
Speed is sexy. Speed is good. Speed is fun. And, ultimately, speed kills. Not kills as in “dead,” but kills as in “nailed it.” In the Financial Services space, speed is generally referred to as and identified by latency. Latency being defined here as a time delay between the initiation… Read More →
Business intelligence can sometimes be viewed as a solution for large companies. The truth is, business intelligence can and does help companies of all sizes. And as analyst firms such as Aberdeen Group point out, small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) are embracing business intelligence and analytics as a way to better… Read More →
They might be. In fact, according to analyst Boris Evelson of Forrester Research, business intelligence is “front and center of everyone’s agenda.” Evelson states that the change in economic fortunes has shifted the drivers of business intelligence. Business intelligence is no longer a nice tool to have, driven by gains… Read More →
Research firm Research and Markets examined the US pharmaceutical and biotech industry macroeconomic challenges and industry issues in the firm’s report, “The US Pharmaceutical Market Outlook to 2014: Market Trends, Leading Players and Forecasts.” Some of the problems identified in the report can be alleviated by the implementation of business… Read More →
There was a very interesting post last month on RiskCenter regarding acceptance of potential government oversight and regulation for companies and financial institutions. The article highlights findings from a large survey, 458 respondents, of corporations and financial institutions in North America, Europe, and Asia. The survey found that there is… Read More →