Tag: self-service BI

Flexible and secure Data-as-a-Service delivered today

How many duplicated, dirty data pipelines are running throughout your organization? Probably more than you can count. Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) streamlines the chaos of ungoverned data pipelines and reporting silos created by users who are eager to use data, whether they are simple data inquiries from business analysts to more complex data questions from data science teams.

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Does Governance Outweigh the Art of Insight in the Age of AI?

Data visualization tools, desktop data discovery tools, and visual analytics are examples of traditional self-service BI tools that business analysts embrace because they provide a user-friendly way of quickly turning data into insights. These tools are geared toward business analysts that have the skills and knowledge to acquire the right data sets, perform the analysis, and present the insights needed to solve a business problem.

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Making Decisions with Data – Is Data Prep Really Preparing You for Success?

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Data preparation is an essential tool for everyone who wants to get value from sources of information. Whether this data is held in internal applications, derived from partners or supplied by third parties, it will need some work before it can be analysed. More importantly, prepared data must be connected and related to other analytic instances in the enterprise, so teams can collaborate and make better decisions with data.

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Making Decisions with Data – The Role for Data Preparation

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Making use of data within companies is one of those challenges that should deliver huge results. In its FutureScape predictions for 2016, analyst firm IDC estimated that, worldwide, those companies analyzing all their information for actionable insight should see an extra $430 billion in productivity gains, compared to those that did not look at all their data.

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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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