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  • Empowering Business Productivity and Cost Control through Data Mashups

    In this webcast, Ceiba Solutions demonstrates how the Helium/Spotfire integration is used for self-service dimension-free data exploration, providing insight into the unknown while dramatically reducing dependence on IT.

  • Games that Matter

    User Experience that Leads to Insights

  • IDC Report: The Path Toward Pervasive Business Intelligence at Avantium

    The trend toward evidence-based decision-making is taking root in commercial, non-profit and public sector organizations. Driven by increased competition due to changing business models, deregulation or, in some cases, increased regulation in the form of new compliance requirements, organizations in all industries and of all sizes are turning to business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing (DW) technologies and services to either automate or support decision-making processes.

  • In-memory Analytical Systems: Perspective, Trade-offs and Implementation

    This white paper examines the pros and cons of in-memory analytics with particular reference to TIBCO Spotfire analytics solution. It is divided into four main sections: Introduction, Trade-offs, Overview of In-memory Approaches and TIBCO Spotfire Analytics’s approach.

  • NetApp: Allan Dang on Spotfire

    "We chose the product that was right for us, which was Spotfire"

  • Network Engineering and Operations: A 360-Degree View

    In this webcast, Syed Mahmood and Mike Bossom of TIBCO Spotfire demonstrate how the Network 360 analytical application provides a single interface which can consolidate network statistics, alarms, configuration, and logs to improve network quality and enhance workforce efficiency.

  • NextGen Software or Software for the NextGen?

    Many question whether it's time to rethink the whole field of Business Intelligence (BI), of which analytics is a part, and move to a BI 2.0, a next generation set of software products. Alternatively, is it possible that the workforce may be outgrowing its reservations to analytics?

  • Searching for Insight Through Analytics

    In this whitepaper, David Loshin discusses how reducing the dependence on traditional analytical tools requiring programming knowledge or deep application skills opens up the world of business analytics to a more “democratic” constituency, effectively equipping anyone in the enterprise to be empowered to develop and use analytics to achieve their business objectives.

  • Severstal: Cameron Williams on Spotfire

    "We've selected a very good product, that a sales guy can actually put their arms around it, embrace it, understand it, manipulate it and get very valuable information out of it with out calling me on how to do it. It's fantastic."

  • Spotfire Meetings - Minority Reports

    This whitepaper discusses How a new form of data visualization promises to do away with the meetings we all know and loathe.

  • Surviving and Thriving in Tough Times

    As history shows, some of the world’s greatest transfers of wealth and most swift industry restructurings have occurred during periods of rapid change – not unlike the one we are experiencing. In this whitepaper, Dr. Mark Whitehorn discusses the heighted pressure to make good decisions in bad times and what’s required of BI systems to combat tough economic environments.

  • TeliaSonera Maintains Market Leadership in Telco Services with TIBCO Spotfire

    TeliaSonera selected TIBCO Spotfire enterprise analytics platform to help it monitor its end-to-end order provisioning process in Sweden and Finland.

  • TIBCO Spotfire Guided Analytics

    In this whitepaper, we take a detailed look at how Spotfire software is used to easily and quickly transfer best-practice analytics from experts to business users in order to speed decision-making by means of automating common analysis tasks, capturing best practices and providing a framework for distribution of analysis applications to meet the ever-changing needs of your organization.

  • When the BI You Know Isn’t the BI You Need

    Business users need fast, intuitive, self-service analytics.