Analysts and executives alike recognize the stumbling blocks of contemporary analytics: endless columns and rows of data, static and staid charts, disparate reports and delayed information that impede timely decision-making. Gathering the intelligence needed can take weeks and doesn't always answer the questions originally asked. Or, the information arrives too late to be useful.
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