Let’s face some inevitable facts. Search engines have revolutionized our daily lives by providing us the information we need on the ﬂy. We have all heard of search engines such as Google, Opera, Bing, Netﬂix, Amazon, Spotify, etc. The question that poses now...
Independent analyst and research companies are preparing yearly reports on different segments of IT technology and therefore also for Business Intelligence products.
Business users more often than not judge their tools by their looks. Sure, a nice, appealing, and user-friendly interface is great to have, but when it comes to analytics, the user interface plays only a minor part in the complete solution equation.
According to Gartner, BI is for more than a decade the number one priority of the IT priorities and investments where “Sixty-four percent of CIOs at top-performing organizations are very or extremely involved in their enterprise’s BI/analytics activities”.
MicroStrategy, a leading, modern BI platform, has been organically developed for more than 20 years. More recent BI products are visually appealing, but they mostly lack architectures suitable for use throughout the company and thoughtful integration with other systems.
Mobile devices with their applications are becoming an essential and integral part of business processes which can also be noted in the field of BI (business intelligence). Mobile phones and tablets are more than just additional computing platforms. Users interact with devices wherever they go, making the location an integral part of the process and help them achieve their work goals easier.