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Proposed Themes for BI Trends 2011 Research

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Forrester's recent report on Top 15 Technologies To Watch In 2011 once again proved that BI is front and center of everyone's agendas. We indeed continue to see unrelenting interest and ever increasing adoption levels of BI platforms, applications, and processes. 

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Comments (1)
First, I completely agree withe the comment made above being; while BI maturity in enterprises continues to grow, and BI tools become more function rich and robust, the promise of efficient and effective BI solutions remains quite challenging at best, and elusive at worst. The reason for this is the basis of virtually all established existing BI technologies is they are 30 + years old relying on rigid methods such as SQL and OLAP which do not easily scale to match our insatiable apetite for information, which is becoming more and more ad hoc and on demand. We see the future of BI being one of self service for business users (not IT) but this requires a technology shift. We see search technology at the heart of future BI stacks to solve the problems of scale, usability and flexibility.
Posted by Chris F | Wednesday, November 24 2010 at 12:09PM ET
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