Over the past decade, organizations have built data warehouses, purchased BI tools, supported adoption by end users and applied the information to make business decisions. Many have mastered the art of turning raw data into some kind of information or actionable insight.
That does not guarantee that information has been used pervasively or in a timely fashion. Do your nuggets of information simply measure the business performance by looking at historical data, or do they have predictive capabilities that support proactive decisions? Do they help guide users in their day-to-day activities and suggest possible scenarios in their decision-making?
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