Your organization has plenty of data, and you understand the nuances of your marketplace. But traditional approaches to Business Intelligence are too slow, inflexible, and expensive. You need an approach to business intelligence that is governed and scales yet allows your business users to ask and answer their own questions with data. Understanding data is critical to making the right decisions and staying ahead of the competition.
The traditional approach to business intelligence isolates analytics within a specialized reporting team. But this hinders companies from making critical decisions at the speed of business.
The modern approach gives you the ability to see and understand data at the speed of thought. You can ask and answer questions as fast as you think of them, even when working with massive and diverse data sets.
“We want to enable the business to move at the speed it needs to move to be competitive in the market. But at the same time, we also want to make sure our data is secure.” -WENDY GRADEK, EMC
For your data to have an impact, the insight-to-decision process must be swift. The modern approach saves you time on every step of your workflow, from installing the software to accessing complex data sets, publishing interactive dashboards, and sharing across your organization.
Explore this Whitepaper which outlines seven key attributes of the modern approach to business intelligence that will help you quickly see, understand, and share analytics. Whether you’re working with data in spreadsheets, warehouses, or across disparate data sets, consider these attributes when evaluating software tools to empower your entire organization.
The modern approach is about connecting you with your data. Marta Magnuszewska of Allstate Insurance saw a day-and-night difference in her job when her company adopted modern business intelligence. “Before,it was always numbers in rows and columns. Now I’meager to see when I do a new analysis, because it’s so much easier to actually see the trends, the story, and the power the data brings,” she says.