As businesses get into the dirty work of advanced analytics, better business intelligence and monetization of new information streams, data visualization has found new footing as a way to make sense of all this data. For a clearer picture of the state of visualization, Information-Management.com recently talked with Andy Rusnak, Americas region leader of Ernst & Young’s Enterprise Intelligence practice, which covers BI, analytics, performance management and all related integration and presentation layers. In his role as a consultant (and as an in-house software vendor adviser before that), Rusnak has long been active in client delivery of information with a business-first mindset. 

Information-Management.com: In terms of the culture of acceptance of visualization tools, or even the tools themselves, what is the biggest challenge you see shaking up businesses?

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