Category: Networked BI

More than Data: It’s Networked BI that Enables a “Single Version of the Truth”

Data governance is a broad topic that people seem to agree is important, but still argue about the details. Specifically, it’s hard to find an IT professional or BI and Analytics user who doesn’t believe that good execution on data governance will yield the “single version of the truth” required to make confident, accurate business decisions.

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Is it Time to Replace Your Legacy BI Tools?

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The world of business intelligence is split: IT is concerned with data governance, whereas users want freedom to run the business. Decisions are made quickly and with heavy reliance on data and to keep up with the pace of the modern business landscape, users expect on-demand intelligence.

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Networking the Supply Chain Ecosystem

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The essence of what companies do should be simple. They produce goods or services and provide them to customers at a higher price than the costs required to make, sell, and distribute. However, this simple equation hides a mass of complicated challenges.

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Networked BI: A Single Shared View Over Your Data

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Most major organizations understand the need to leverage their data for competitiveness and have historically made significant investments in this area. Gartner’s annual global survey of CIOs shows that in 2015, analytics and BI was ranked as the #1 investment priority.  Similarly, 10 years ago, business intelligence was also ranked as the most important global priority.

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