Analytics has been around for a long time, and it’s still the hottest topic in the industry, but it’s undergoing some major changes…
The latest and greatest trends in Business Intelligence Competency Centers (or is it Analytic Centers of Excellence?!)
Podcast on BI Competency Center best practices organized by DS Layer.
Analytics teams know they need to work on more agile methodologies, with close contacts in the business. But they shouldn’t just rely on the views of power users.
To succeed in the future, Analytics teams have to pragmatically support business access to data, even if it’s not stored in corporate systems.
Some years ago, I was asked to do a presentation for a Nordic Telecom company. The company had grown rapidly through acquisitions around Europe and so had lots of different systems and silos of analytics tools throughout the company. In an attempt to rationalize existing solutions and provide more value to the business, the company organized an internal …
I was recently asked some questions by a journalist for Ziff Davis Media for an article on Big Data Trends. Here are my answers….
Since the dawn of analytics organizations have struggled to provide fast, flexible analytics for business users while also ensuring that there’s a common view of data across the organization. Here are some tips…
New self-service analytics approaches provide an opportunity to dramatically improve analytics business agility and IT/business alignment. But this requires new cultures and new ways of working, and both business and IT organizations have to make compromises.
Agility is perhaps the biggest challenge and opportunity in analytics today. Watch this discussion of what it means to your business.