There is no doubt that even more advanced analytics is becoming easier to perform. Point-and-click, drag-and-drop, semantic, audio, and other visual interfaces are making advanced analytics such as predictive analytics less complicated. Organizations have taken notice. In a recent TDWI survey, respondents stated that business analysts and business users are becoming and will continue to become the new users for more advanced techniques, outstripping more quantitative staff. Organizations plan for non-traditional quantitative staff to analyze customer behavior, predict risk, and optimize processes.
Is this a good thing? How are organizations coping? What best practices are they putting in place to open advanced analytics up to the organization?
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