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Business intelligence is the process of making better decisions in an environment that provides data and reporting that is timely, reliable, consistent and understandable in a useful format or presentation.

BlogThe best leaders and executives are armed with the best questions and a culture for analytics. Here's why.
BlogBig data, advanced analytics and agile BI are all about turning data into insight. But that is only part of the solution.
BlogWe've come a long way since the early days of open source BI. Here's a look at the evolution and the true value-add.
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BlogBusiness intelligence software has pushed beyond standard query, reporting, analysis and publishing capabilities. Here's a look at the BI market leaders and trends.
NewsReal-time intelligence and big data analytics will create smart factories and revolutionize the HMI (human-machine interface) software market, new research suggests.
NewsWorkday is pushing new data science and machine learning to help businesses improve talent acquisition and employee retention. The big question: Can data-driven decisions really help businesses to find, hire, motivate and retain staff?
NewsMore than 50 percent of businesses currently use or plan to use cloud-based business intelligence, but several common hurdles have limited cloud-based BI adoption in some organizations, according to just-released survey results.
AnalysisHere are the three key elements to a successful business intelligence modernization strategy.
Information Management NewsThe nation’s largest health insurer is using big data and advanced analytics for financial analysis, cost management, pharmacy benefit management, clinical improvements and, more just as important, to allow it to respond quickly with the right data tools for the right job.
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BlogBasic BI will not meet the new generation of requirements that businesses face. Here's how the world is evolving.
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AnalysisData can reduce the fear in decision-making, yet the inability to utilize data and the lack of trust in it perpetuates “go with your gut” as a standard business practice. That needs to change.
BlogFrom DNA testing to real-time sports analysis, here's how information management will impact individuals.

Gartner’s analysis of the Business Intelligence and Analytics market is the most anticipated and highly respected in the industry. Many industry observers believe that some organizations will only consider software vendors that appear on the Gartner Magic Quadrant. That's because Gartner information is based on detailed customer surveys, interviews and Gartner's own research. In addition to the detailed analysis of vendors, Gartner also reviews major market and industry trends.
In this independent report, David White of the Aberdeen Group discusses how adding agile BI provides a self-service solution that helps both business stakeholders and IT achieve their goals.
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