July 2, 2012 – Old and new uses of business intelligence are on the rise, and enterprises of all sizes are juggling with the complexity of taking on more tools, users and advanced capabilities, according to a new BI market survey.

In the 2012 edition of its annual “Wisdom of Crowds: Business Intelligence Market Study,” Dresner Advisory Services gauged survey responses from 859 IT officials and business users across a range of industries, about half of which were based in North America. Based on the swath of responses in the survey, the market has the foundation in place and potential for success that equate to a “BI Renaissance,” says Howard Dresner, chief research officer at the research and advisory firm. Some of Dresner’s sentiment is due to the “increased interest and awareness of BI by the business community.”

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