When analyst Mike Lock attended Inspire 2016, he came away with one big question: Why do people hate their data?
Recent Aberdeen research explored the impact of data visualization and found that, in addition to greater analytical engagement, business users shared three common characteristics of satisfaction.
In order to get to a higher level of data quality, and thus, usable insight, organizations should focus on these three key activities.
All data is not created equal. Therefore, these three effective data preparation activities can have a substantial positive impact on business users in your organization.
In the mid-market, senior leadership isn’t just consuming analytical findings — those involved in its creation are reaping the benefits of more relevant, trustworthy, and actionable insight.
Organizations in the public sector are driven toward a more formal data management and analytical strategy for three main reasons.
For small companies, the order of the day is far less about earmarking funds for technology investment, and more about working to build a widespread analytical mindset and decision culture.
Educational organizations that transform data on their students into digestible and actionable insight stand to gain substantially when it comes to budget management, as well as student performance.
By converting raw data into usable insight with analytics, organizations can identify, act, and execute, ultimately delivering real business results.
Leading companies expand on-premise analytical activities into cloud environments to reduce reliance on IT and improve analytical adoption and engagement.