Tag: data visualization

Will AI Increase the Reach of BI and Analytics?

The business intelligence (BI) assembly line is broken, with adoption or utilization rates of only 30 percent in a typical organization, according to Gartner[1]. These adoption rates include all the users of the BI system – administrators who manage the system, analysts who build reports, and business users who consume reports for better decision making. This underutilization ignores employees outside the BI system who could be using valuable data to make better decisions. No one can argue that business performance and innovation are negatively impacted when data assets are not fully leveraged for decision making.

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Improve your company’s bottom line with analytics

The explosion of data in the financial services industry is creating new opportunities for business intelligence and analytics. At the same time, this explosion presents significant challenges. Over 2.7 zettabytes of data exist in the digital universe today. Every day, financial services companies seek to use these massive volumes of data to increase margins, reduce risk, boost customer satisfaction, and win in a globally competitive marketplace.

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The Magic of Data Visualization

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Data Visualization is a hot topic in the data world these days. Seeing your organization’s data mapped out in a colorful graph is more stimulating and easier to immediately understand—if created accurately and if it uses the right data. If you can have your data visualizations embedded in your dashboards, you get extra credit. Dashboards help all types of business users create an adaptive user experience, visualize complex data sets, and provide management with a timely snapshot of their organization to help them make smarter, data-driven decisions to manage business growth and performance.

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How to Succeed with Birst Embedded BI

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Last week, Birst announced its new Embedded BI program specifically designed for software companies looking to differentiate their products by turning data into a strategic service for their customers.  Paul Staelin, Birst’s Chief Customer Officer, shares his thoughts on this new program below. Here are a few interesting details we wanted to share:

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Is Visualizing Data Enough?

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Last month I talked about how the initial high of being able to capture and manipulate large volumes of data is fading and that we are collectively looking toward what is coming next. A significant part of this is a shift toward realizing the value of data quickly and intuitively. The possibilities that were once hidden deep within mountains of data, are just now being uncovered in ways that deliver competitive advantage. I believe one of the massive challenges still facing today’s businesses is around identifying the information that is valuable and turning it into ways that any stakeholder, whether business user or data analyst, can use it to maximize productivity. The biggest question related to the end goal is which path you take to get there.

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A New Era of BI – Where Modern Visualizations Meet Classic BI!

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If you’re like most analysts, you have a natural love for creating startling graphs to convey the story of your data: data that you already know and are intimate with. On the other hand, if you are business user – a marketer, sales manager or company executive – you don’t have the analytic skills or familiarity with how data is naturally shaped, but you still need visualizations to monitor your products, processes and operations and to grow your business.

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