Have you ever heard the phrase, what gets measured gets done? The notion is transparent enough, if you want something to be accomplished you have to not only plan for success, but also visualize progress towards your goals.
This tool will help you understand the true costs of your processes and accurately evaluate your needs and ROI for your data projects.
Marketing is a great place to find deep BI insights. With so much of the marketing landscape being digital and traceable the question is not “do I have the data,” but “what are the best questions to ask of the data?”
As Gordon Gekko said in *Wall Street*, “the most valuable commodity I know of is information.”
Business leaders are giving their feedback on the hurdles in data analytics and business intelligence. This is the first batch of results.
One of the biggest mistakes that people are making with their data team is a conceptual issue: expecting the right thing from the wrong people.
A good data strategy doesn’t eliminate your gut instinct, it enhances it.
BI is a technology driven process for analyzing data and generating actionable insights for business leaders.