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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.


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.
NewsInformation management roles are changing fast. Evolution or apocalypse?
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BlogWatch closely as analytical and operational workflows are increasingly embedded in healthcare software.
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NewsAs part of a big data and analytics push, Hitachi plans to acquire data-management company Pentaho Corp. for $500 million to $600 million, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
NewsGoogle, Facebook, Amazon spur rebirth of industry after decades of little corporate attention.
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AnalysisI have recently completed some research on the increasingly broad portfolio of analytic capabilities available today. These capabilities range from traditional Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities like reporting and ad-hoc query to modern visualization and data discovery capabilities as well as data mining and advanced analytics.
BlogHaving the right business intelligence and mobile technology helps, but isn't enough.
NewsFinancial and actuarial executives at insurance companies report their technology needs are not being met, according to the latest EY Global Insurance CFO Survey.
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BlogBI change is ongoing; often, many things change concurrently. Here's how to adapt your business.
Case StudyOne year after the first large-scale deployment of the UPS On-Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation (ORION) platform, I’m encouraged to see that this advanced analytics program and process is spearheading a groundbreaking change for UPS.
ViewpointThe best Business Analysts can envision underlying possibilities in data that offer valuable business intelligence in ways the business may not even be aware.
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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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