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As I promised in my last year “BI Crystal Ball” blog, business intelligence will look very different in the near future. Indeed most of the 20 next generation BI trends that I list in this blog are actually here today! And, as my colleague Alex Cullen wrote in his recent research document on 15 Technologies That Matter (where of course BI is front and center), these are the technologies that indeed matter. I picked these 20 trends not because the market labels them as trendy, but because I have tons of evidence that the buy side of the BI market can use these technologies today. These technologies can address the real pain points, gaps and challenges that most knowledge workers are faced with today.

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Comments (3)
Hi Boris

I can only agree with you specially on the part "Logically unified sources". I am working in a big Pharmaceutical company in Switzerland. We try to develop a tool able to detect signals and trends as early as possible. Believe or not but even today it is difficult for us to locate all data we would desperately need for this. Regards Roland RICH

Posted by Roland R | Friday, November 13 2009 at 3:05AM ET
Boris:

Nice list

Automated Information Discovery, Logically Unified Sources, and On-Demand Data Models made me feel really good about being in the data virtualization software business.

Bob Eve, Composite Software

Posted by Robert E | Friday, November 13 2009 at 12:22PM ET
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