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Over the last several months, my colleague VP and Research Director Tony Cosentino and I have been assessing vendors and products in the business intelligence market as part of our upcoming Value Index.

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Comments (8)
Perhaps replace Business Intelligence with People Intelligence would be a start?
Posted by Dan S | Wednesday, November 14 2012 at 4:11AM ET
Yes, a newspaper is a newspaper. The medium maybe paper, magazine, or online, but the focus is with disseminating the news. With BI, too much time is spent dwelling on the latest buzz words. And this article has yet another one: "action-oriented information technology frameworks," whatever that is. If you really want BI to succeed in your organization, get back to basics. The local TV station is always upgrading its weather forecasting tools and how it presents the weather, but it is still a weather forecast. Ditch the buzz words, identify the information you need, build a team to gather and present the "BI news", constantly update the tools and constantly interact with the "views" to ensure you are reporting the news they want. And did I mention to ditch the nonsensical buzz words.
Posted by An P | Monday, November 26 2012 at 9:09AM ET
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