4 Trends That Are Driving Business Intelligence Demands

By David Weldon

Many organizations have sung the praises of business intelligence for years, but many of those firms were not actually realizing the full benefits of it. That picture is beginning to change, as advanced analytics tools and techniques mature.

The result is that 2016 will definitely be the ‘year of action’ that many research firms have predicted when it comes to data analytics. That, at least, is the view of Shawn Rogers, chief research officer at Dell Statistica, who believes “we are at a tipping point with advanced analytics.”

 

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One thought on “4 Trends That Are Driving Business Intelligence Demands

  • May 1, 2016 at 9:24 pm
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    “I think there has been a big shift and most of the budgets now seem to be coming from the line of business – sales, marketing, finance, customer service.”

    Making business intelligence the responsibility of IT means that companies are missing out on a lot of opportunities. Multiple departments can benefit for BI analytics, so they shouldn’t only reside with the tech team. Instead, each department or division should have access to their specific metrics, to make better informed business decisions.

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