If your business is ready to implement a BI tool and augmented analytics solution, there are some things you will need to do first. If you plan correctly, you will enjoy a successful implementation. If you do not perform an assessment, understand your requirements and choose the right option, you are likely to fail in your initiative and your ROI and TCO will not meet expectations.
A recent survey found that 93% of application teams report improvement in user experience as a result of embedded analytics, and 94% of teams report improved customer satisfaction with embedded analytics. The concept of embedded BI is simple. By leveraging APIs, the augmented analytics solution is embedded within familiar enterprise apps and made available to users via single sign-on so that the user can access favorite software solutions and applications to perform tasks and use the data contained there to analyze data and make decisions.
Business managers, owners and senior executives really want to do the right thing! The goal is always to improve the business, to hire the best staff and to satisfy customers and partners. To do that, the business must build a foundation of business processes, policies, technology and software that will support goals and objectives and make it easier, more timely and more efficient to perform tasks and complete activities.
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Drive User Adoption with Embedded BI and Single Sign-On Convenience!
All of your business users have a favorite software application – an app they value because it helps them do their job more easily, or helps them get crucial information. These are the applications they have learned and they are used to leveraging them on a day-to-day basis to perform tasks. When you introduce augmented analytics into your business environment, one of the most critical factors is whether you can expect user adoption. Finding and implementing the right augmented analytics solution is just the first step. If you can’t get your users to USE the application, your return on investment (ROI) will be poor and your total cost of ownership (TCO) will be high.
How Embedded BI Can Add Value and Improve ROI for Enterprise Apps!
No matter your reason for investing in that business application, the investment was meant to improve the business, to make team members more productive, to act as a repository for important business data and to somehow improve the bottom line. But, the effectiveness and success of a software solution depends on more than its features and functionality. Yes, one must consider its ease of use too, but that’s not the point of our discussion today.
The trend toward analytics is growing globally. Even the smallest business is jumping on the bandwagon, and with good reason. With market changes, shifts in customer buying behavior and the need to spend wisely, businesses must make data-driven decisions if they are to be competitive and plan logically for growth.
Embedded BI and Augmented Analytics WILL Improve User Adoption, ROI and TCO!
Have you heard of Embedded BI? Do you know what it is? If not, your business is missing a lot. Embedded BI provides a lot of potential for your business to enable Citizen Data Scientist initiatives and data democratization, improve data literacy across the enterprise and make better business decisions.
When choosing a BI tool and augmented analytics solution for your business, one of the most crucial concerns is the features and functionality of the prospective solution and how this solution will meet user and organizational needs. It is important to remember that there are also specific features a business should consider, like embedded BI and easy-to-employ Integration APIs, that will assure user adoption and appropriate ROI and TCO.
When a business considers business intelligence and augmented analytics initiatives, it should include Embedded BI and Integration APIs to improve ROI, TCO and user adoption. If an enterprise does not understand the risks of data silos, and restrictive analytics solutions, it is not likely to make the right choices. With appropriate planning and execution, businesses can create a solid foundation, and provide benefits for all users, managers and IT staff.