A recent Aberdeen report explored the concept of relevant analytics, and demonstrated how organizations that stay focused on the analytical needs of their users shared several common characteristics that help them perform.
Mobile capabilities for the consumption (or creation) of business insight have taken center stage for companies looking to arm a diverse workforce with timely information.
Tableau is typically known as a provider of interactive data visualization software with a loyal, bordering on cult-like, customer base. So this naturally got me thinking – who are these “people” and do I have the intellectual horsepower to be one of them?
In order to connect with an audience of non-technical users, today’s analytical solutions generally need to be visually engaging, easy-to-use, and easily adaptable.
Luckily for today’s data-driven organizations, there is a proven cure that can help our financial and technology executives rest easier.
Like it or not, most companies have a need for a user group that deftly balances business acumen with technical proficiency.
As the ubiquity of mobile devices continues to raise the bar of technical sophistication for the average person, more internal users are clamoring for applications to help automate and extend their everyday work lives.
Clean and relevant business data is the most critical input to just about every major decision made across the enterprise world.
Aberdeen research suggests that data management and analytics are not only valid areas to earmark IT funds, but arguably among the most important.
As companies start to recognize the interactivity and interplay between different data domains (i.e. customer data, product data), many are looking to apply master data management (MDM) technologies and tactics in order to transform themselves into a “Master of All Domains, Jack of None.”