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Contributer: Dave Stodder

David Stodder is director of TDWI Research for business intelligence. He focuses on providing research-based insights and best practices for organizations implementing BI, analytics, data discovery, data visualization, performance management, and related technologies and methods. Stodder has provided thought leadership about BI, analytics, information management, and IT management for over two decades. Previously, he headed his own independent firm and served as vice president and research director with Ventana Research. He was chief founding editor of Intelligent Enterprise and served as editorial director for nine years.


All articles by Dave Stodder

Using Data to Drive Innovation

To move enterprises forward, you need to support innovation with both technology and organizational culture.

Top Trends in BI and Self-Service Visual Analytics

Organizations need to seek the right balance of freedom and oversight that enable users to get their work done self-service style. Here are four trends that will help organizations achieve that goal in 2017.

Adjusting Metadata Management to the New World of BI

Implementing an updated strategy for metadata will be critical as users move toward self-service BI and analytics.

Preparing for the Elastic Age of BI and Analytics

New TDWI research uncovers three of the most significant drivers behind current and planned use of cloud computing for BI and analytics.

How Customers Drive BI and Analytics Innovation

The upcoming TDWI Executive Summit in San Diego will explore innovations in BI, analytics, and data management that are essential for achieving customer intelligence and better customer experiences.

Putting the Data Revolution in Perspective

Advances in analytics and data management have practical effects on the world around us. These improvements are driving innovation in fast-changing industries such as healthcare and agriculture.

Data Preparation: Advanced Analytics to the Rescue

Demand is growing for faster, more dependable data preparation. According to a recent survey by TDWI, professionals believe there is plenty of room for improvement.

The Hadoop Ecosystem: Celebrating 10 Years, Tackling New Challenges

Even after 10 years, Hadoop technologies are still expanding, and I believe that we will soon see progress in two key areas that will improve stability and flexibility.

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