TDWI Best Practices Report: Mobile Business Intelligence and Analytics

Mobile Business Intelligence and Analytics: Extending Insight to a Mobile Workforce: Download

Excitement is growing among business users about how they could use mobile devices to transform the role of information in customer interactions, performance management, planning and forecasting, and their daily operational decisions while on the go. This report examines the impact of mobile computing on the development, management, and implementation of applications and services for business intelligence and analytics.

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Ten Mistakes to Avoid When Democratizing BI and Analytics: Download

 

By David Stodder

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Best Practices Report | Next-Generation Analytics and Platforms: Best Practices Report // Next-Generation Analytics and Platforms for Business Success

This TDWI Best Practices Report focuses on how organizations can and do use next-generation analytics. It provides in-depth analysis of current strategies and future trends for next-generation analytics across both organizational and technical dimensions, including organizational culture, infrastructure, data, and processes. It examines both the analytics and infrastructure necessary for next-generation analytics. This report offers recommendations and best practices for implementing analytics in an organization.


Business Intelligence Journal | Vol. 19, No. 4: Download

Download this issue and learn why revenue management is driving new big data and BI initiatives; how to formulate your company’s big data strategy; whether we still need data modeling in the age of big data; how a BI staff can become more business oriented; and more.