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.
Enterprise Irregulars are a group of practitioners, consultants, analysts and other pundits, all specializing in the enterprise technology space. The trends in analytics list was penned by Nenshad Bardoliwalla (@nenshad), and he claims the market is “vibrant, with a resurgence of innovative offerings springing up.”
Read Nenshad’s complete posting for all the details, but here, in summary, are his top 10 trends for analytics, business intelligence and performance management:
- Emergence of packaged strategy-driven execution applications;
- The predictive, real-time enterprise will start to deliver;
- The industry will return to its decision-centric roots, incorporating Web 2.0-style collaboration;
- Performance, risk and compliance management will become unified;
- SaaS/Cloud BI tools will be mainstream;
- Further proliferation in data management alternatives;
- Advanced visualization will increase in depth and relevance to broader audiences;
- Open source will continue to make in-roads against on-premise offerings;
- Unified Information Management Platforms, comprised of data quality, data integration and data virtualization and master data management, will emerge;
- Excel will continue to be the dominant paradigm for end-user business intelligence consumption.
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