For years we have been told that data needs to be treated as a strategic asset, yet few organizations have demonstrated a native ability to do so. As information piles up like never before, the data-as-an-asset challenge comes with added urgency to manipulate huge volumes of data through a business intelligence platform that mines like a front-end loader, lifting, transforming and analyzing with scale and efficiency.

In reality, we know the majority of BI platforms operate like creaky steam shovels, or worse, like hand tools that pick away at huge stockpiles of data in the hunt for answers.

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