Ajay Ohri of DecisionStats.com has a selection of great interviews with people in the BI/analytics space. Here’s an interview he did with me last week covering trends in predictive analytics, cloud computing, social network analysis, etc.
Dutch startup Layar is showing a glimpse of the future of mobile BI with augmented reality information browsing.
A new “Decision Engine” called Hunch was launched today. How might this type of technology relate to collaborative decision-making in enterprises?
SAP BusinessObjects Explorer was recently launched at SAPPHIRE 2009 in Orlando. Here’s a long list of Explorer product, trial, customer, technical, and press links that I’m aware of so far.
Google extends their business intelligence functionality by making it easy to search for and analyze public data sources.
If BI 2.0 is to mean anything, it should be about “collective intelligence”: letting people add value to the BI solution through their actions. What I’ve seen so far from Antivia takes it to a whole new level, and I’m convinced that the type of functionality that it provides is an essential part of effective BI deployments in the future
Graphwise is BI 2.0 entrant similar to Swivel and ManyEyes, but with a twist. You enter a search term, and the site scours the web for content that contains tables linked to those terms, then proposes charts based on the data in those tables.
The Tech Sanity Check blog has a great ZDNet interview with Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the worldwide web, on the standards underlying the “semantic web”. As I’ve noted on this blog before, I’m not a fan of using the phrase BI 2.0 to simply cover a laundry list of features that enterprise BI vendors were already planning …
Did I forget any buzzwords? You can download a powerpoint version here
First, I agree with most of the coverage of business intelligence 2.0 so far: yes, the term is a little tacky — but it’s irresistible (and a great way of finding people blogging about Business Intelligence) An irresistible term A great example is the experience of Gartner’s Andy Bitterer. Despite his criticism of the term, …