Organizations that consider themselves successful at business intelligence (BI) and take action on insight more often use collaborative BI tools, according to the latest Collaborative Computing and Business Intelligence Market Study by research firm Dresner Advisory Services.

The study, part of the firm’s Wisdom of Crowds series of research, examines current and planned use of collaborative technologies and collaborative BI, which it defines as the process where two or more individuals or organizations develop a common understanding that’s then shared and used to build consensus in support of organizational decision-making.

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