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7 Tools for Agile Business IntelligenceJuly 30, 2012
Wayne Kernochan, president of Infostructure Associates, recommends seven different types of tools that can go a long way toward enabling agile business intelligence.
Cloud Business Intelligence Moving up on Enterprise AgendasJuly 26, 2012
Enterprise technologies, like Hollywood stars, are hotter in pairs. Just as Angelina Jolie boosts Brad Pitt's "wow" factor, the cloud increases business intelligence's appeal.
Meeting the Mobile App Management ChallengeJuly 24, 2012
Companies can employ enterprise app stores to offer employees a user-friendly way of accessing applications. More important, they also address security, procurement and access needs not met by consumer app stores.
Flexibility Key to Finding CRM Sweet SpotJuly 23, 2012
Need CRM guidance? Get expert advice on navigating the CRM software landscape and learn from a look at how one law firm found its sweet spot with SugarCRM.
Momentum Growing for Mobile Apps: SurveyJuly 18, 2012
An MGI Research survey found a surprising number of mobile app projects get their funding directly from the executive suite.
EMC Morphs from Storage into Big Data AnalyticsJuly 17, 2012
EMC's high-profile partnership with SAS and acquisition of Pivotal Labs are part of the storage vendor's plan to become a force in Big Data and business intelligence.
Taking Enterprise Apps MobileJuly 16, 2012
Enterprises are under pressure to produce mobile applications for employees that are as elegant and easy to use as consumer mobile apps. They can increase their odds for success by selecting the right apps and devices for mobility and creating a strong business case.
Big Data Spurs Interest in Business Analytics, Drives Market GrowthJuly 12, 2012
Global business analytics revenues grew 14.1 percent in 2011, thanks in part to Big Data hype, according to IDC.
Using Net Promoter Score to Improve Customer ExperienceJuly 12, 2012
Though Net Promoter Score (NPS) can help companies determine how customers feel about them, Temkin Group Managing Partner Bruce Temkin says it's no panacea for improving customer experience.
Oracle: Smart Grids the Next Big Data OpportunityJuly 11, 2012
The analytics industry braces for a deluge of Big Data as electrical utilities roll out smart grids.
Software One of Brighter Spots in Gartner's IT Spending ForecastJuly 9, 2012
Gartner sees "continued caution" in global IT spending for the second half of 2012. The amount spent for enterprise software will reach $281 billion by the end of the year, making it one of the strongest growth categories.
Business Becoming Central to Business IntelligenceJuly 6, 2012
The latest business intelligence study from Dresner Advisory Services found that 54 percent of business intelligence deployments fall under the purview of business units rather than IT departments.
Making SaaS Apps Even Better Via CSMJuly 6, 2012
The pay-as-you-go delivery model of software-as-a-service puts more of a burden of success on SaaS providers. Luckily, customer satisfaction management (CSM) software helps them collect and analyze user data so they can better fill their customers’ needs.
Oracle Hyperion 184.108.40.206: Determining When to UpgradeJuly 3, 2012
Juan Porter, president of TopDown Consulting, offers some good tips for companies considering if and when to upgrade their Oracle Hyperion enterprise performance management software.
Company Size Matters in Mobile App StrategiesJuly 2, 2012
Not surprisingly, larger companies place a higher priority on control over mobile app licenses than their smaller counterparts.