Everything You Need to Know About Real-Time Business Intelligence

SHELBY BLITZ | March 27, 2019

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It’s becoming increasingly obvious that the pace at which we create new data won’t slow down anytime soon. With millions of streams and touch points, most businesses create gigabytes of data every minute, yet our rate of data comprehension cannot keep up. To get the most out of data, companies need to analyze it as soon as it is created when it can provide the most immediate and relevant insights. Unlike traditional models that look at historical data for patterns, real-time analytics focuses on understanding information as it arrives to help make faster, better decisions. Today, real time business intelligence is a necessity more than a luxury, so it’s important to understand exactly what it is, and what it can do for you.

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