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As the business intelligence industry continues to grow, technologies to gain access and analyze information have become simpler to download and deploy. Open source technology and the community approach to development and collaboration has made great strides in challenging the traditional approach of purchasing and implementing software from vendors that build suites of technology designed for IT to manage. This alternative has also introduced new challenges, as where the technology is not flexible enough to integrate data rapidly or limited in the ability to design and adjust data models and applications.

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