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To BI or Not to BI – That is The Question for SAS

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Comments (3)
Is BI dead, far from it! More and more companies even smaller ones are trying to figure out a way to make it work in their infrastructure. I for one can see BI sticking around and the demand for it increasing like it has over the last few years.
Posted by Ken K | Wednesday, March 09 2011 at 12:19PM ET
BI is dead for those who uses inappropriate technology. Stop using Relational Database, SQL, etc and start using Columnar Database and you will see the difference: no data modeling and extraordinary performance!
Posted by Waldomiro R | Wednesday, March 09 2011 at 3:32PM ET
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