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Mobility's Big Bang

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We have been banging the drum off and on about the validation and emerging practices for mobile BI for most of a year, to the point I figured we might give the topic a (short) rest. But the CIOs are talking, the analysts are talking, and we found that on the ground, this is no hype cycle and is a popular topic that is hard to stay away from.

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Comments (2)
Mobile BI adoption rates depend upon the interactivity designed for each type of group using and interacting with the information being conveyed. Good UI design is emerging as the primary driver for user adoption rates to be high and productivity to increase as desired. Mobile BI can evolve into a way for executives to actually play around with their data in a visual and interactive way. Data visualization of business data is the ultimate Mobile Business Intelligence breakthrough that will capture the interests of executives and insprire them to use the technology in more productive and meaningful ways.
Posted by Jeff R | Tuesday, July 12 2011 at 12:17PM ET
This time the mobile leapfrogs the PC in the corporate world. In Africa, in areas of low computer literacy, this has only been evident in the informal sector. Will be interesting to see what drives adoption of mobile BI - perceived usefulness or perceived ease of use?
Posted by Kibe K | Wednesday, July 13 2011 at 3:38AM ET
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