Social BI Tools Support Business Users!

What is Social BI and How Can It Benefit My Business and Users?

Every business has heard and read about business intelligence and the benefits of building a base of intelligence from which to drive your business results and make fact-based decisions. One of the benefits that is often overlooked is the aspect of Social BI. When a business chooses a BI tool that encourages social BI, it further promotes user adoption, data democratization and data literacy. As business users embrace and share data, their level of proficiency and comfort will increase and the business can achieve the results it hopes for and improve productivity, collaboration and the use of data within the organization.

BI Tools and Cross-Tab Analytics Provide Clarity!

BI Tools with Cross-Tab Analytics Allow a Clear View of Results!

When you consider data democratization and rolling out a BI tool or analytical solution to your team members across the enterprise, you have to think about how to ensure that team members can easily adopt analytics and use them in their day-to-day tasks with a clear understanding of the results.

BI and Analytics Can Drive Performance!

Business Intelligence and Analytics for Your Team!

Data Analysis for Business Should Include Every Business User!

Business Intelligence and Analytics is as necessary for small businesses and start-ups as it is for a large enterprise. There is no room for a misstep or a market error in today’s competitive environment. Whether your business is local or global, all online or brick and mortar, government, public sector or consumer focused or playing in a very specialized market, you and your team need business intelligence and analytics tools.

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Advanced Analytics: If You Don’t Know What You Need, How Can You Succeed?

Advanced Analytics: If You Don't Know What You Need, How Can You Succeed?

Every enterprise is talking about Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics. Every enterprise has considered the benefits of implementing self-serve analytics across the organization and involving business users in the process. Panel discussions at technology conferences and hallway conversations among executives and IT staff encourage the trend and create anxiety within the organization that has not yet embraced advanced analytics at the grassroots level.

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