I 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.

Organizations today are turning to these analytic capabilities to drive decision-making. But with the different types of decisions that need to be made, multiplied by the different types of analytic capabilities available, it can be difficult for organizations to choose the right capabilities for the situations at hand.

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