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BI Gravitates Toward a Mixed Bag of What Works


May 24, 2013 – Working under the weight of sluggish adoption rates, business intelligence is gravitating toward more users and access through a mixed bag of new and old solutions, according to the latest annual BI survey from Dresner Advisory Services.

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Comments (2)
Excellent breakdown of the challenges. Do you see big data picking up traction in the near future with the BI community? I was thinking dashboards on big data tools would be getting more attention by now.
Posted by Chance C | Tuesday, June 04 2013 at 10:54AM ET
The article depicts a true picture. BIG DATA is still hype to many - yet to deliver the true result to the industry. We still see very few EDW projects are true success, cloud is far away, mobility is too mobile.... The industry is still looking for a 'panacea' under buzz words like BIG DATA, EDW, Cloud, In memory, data governance and list goes on. So where do we stand. The BI truly goes back - What works for you, in your business context, within your budget and in your techno-socio environment.
Posted by Manoranjan D | Friday, January 03 2014 at 12:00PM ET
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