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11 Answers to "Why Isn't My BI Application Useful?"

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When a user of a BI application complains about the application not being useful - something that I hear way too often - what does that really mean? I can count at least 11 possible meanings, and potential reasons:

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Comments (20)
12. I do not actually understand how my own business runs, but I prefer to blame IT in general and BI in particular. It could be that the managers and analysts who knew the business got laid off or quit over the last two years.
Posted by John H | Thursday, February 18 2010 at 3:41PM ET
13. Nobody asked me what I needed.
Posted by martin n | Thursday, February 18 2010 at 5:16PM ET
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