What’s the difference between Business Analytics and Business Intelligence? The correct answer is: everybody has an opinion, but nobody knows, and you shouldn’t care.
I received this as a comment on one of my posts: “Although every enterprise is definitely unique, they all share the common challenge of keeping up-to-date with the ever-increasing speed of business. Today, most companies must operate on tight budgets, improved efficiencies, and an ever-changing marketplace. An enterprise’s ability to compete is directly linked to …
One often-underestimated element required for successful business intelligence projects is strong communication skills. Here’s a great example of a BI competency center explaining and promoting BI to the rest of the organization, shared by SAP’s BICC
I participated on a panel at CeBIT last week, talking about “Game Changers in Today’s Business”, talking about BusinessObjects BI / EIM 4.0, and featuring Jake Klein, the project lead for SAP HANA
It’s the SAP Business Analytics Forum in Istanbul Turkey today. Over 1,400 people have signed for a packed agenda of 42 sessions on every aspect of business analytics.
The last decade of traditional business intelligence / data warehousing best-practice infrastructures is rapidly becoming obsolete, as new technologies come together to provide a once-in-a-decade tipping point.