Data is one of the most prized commodities of the 21st. century. As companies face the challenges arising from a surge in the number of customer interactions and data, it can be difficult to successfully manage the vast quantities of information and still provide a positive customer experience. Businesses need
Given the enormous amount of Business Intelligence software solutions available, narrowing down the right one for your business can be a tedious process. How does a business start implementing this software? One way to start is by looking at systems that are popular among peers, because those products are the
Data-driven businesses are five times more likely to make faster decisions than their market peers, and twice as likely to land in the top quartile of financial performance within their industries. Business Intelligence, previously known as data mining combined with analytical processing and reporting, is changing how organizations move forward.
This is Part 2 of Data Strategy series discussing “How To” following Part 1 of Data Strategy that dealt with “5 ‘W’s of Data Strategy”. Strategy is about doing the right things and tactics is about doing things right. Data Strategy is about doing the right things to distill Data
I am sure you’ve come across many 2016 statistics on Data and Analytics as I have. I’d like to use couple of statistics from IDG’s Enterprise 2016 Data & Analytics Research to start this article. As per their research, 78% of enterprises agree that data strategy, collection & analysis of big
The recent explosion in data, connectivity and computing power – combined with powerful, new analytics tools – has sparked huge interest in data science. In response, forward-thinking businesses are looking at how they can derive insights from big data analytics to better understand their customer base and give them a
Self-service analytics has become quite the buzz word recently. As organizations look to become more data-driven, the promise of self-service is certainly alluring: the ability for all users, regardless of their role or skills, to analyze data and make smarter decisions. And even though self-service analytics tools have become increasingly
Business intelligence has come a long way in the last 20 years. From its humble beginnings as a marriage between Excel and complex SQL queries to the latest user-friendly self-service functionalities, BI software has become the go-to resource for analytics and reporting. However, there’s still a gap in what companies