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Agile Business Intelligence Solution Centers Are More Than Just Competency Centers


Our latest BI solution center (BISC, which in our definition is more than a BICC/BI COE) report is now live on the Forrester website. Here’s a brief summary.

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Comments (4)
I agree with your words tried and true best practices for enterprise software development and support just don't work for business intelligence (BI)...

if a SDLC approch is used in the main you will develop a out of date BI solution before you have deployed your solution...

Posted by paul r | Monday, July 25 2011 at 9:56AM ET
Great words of wisdom To effect change, Agile BI can't be doing the same thing faster. It needs to be something different that empowers the busienss end user to make better and faster fact based decisions. Boris' line of reasoning gets right at the heart of how organizations need to think and act differently than in the past. This is not an IT or a technology solution. It's a new way of working with information.
Posted by KIm C | Tuesday, July 26 2011 at 4:32PM ET
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