The Future of BI is Networked

| May 17, 2016

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Businesses today do not operate like a collection of disconnected silos. Your BI and analytics solution shouldn’t either. But this is what happens with expanding data ecosystems and desktop-based data discovery tools that can’t support enterprise-wide analytics governance. Business people are forced to make decisions in a vacuum and work with con¬icting and unreliable interpretations of the data. As these analytical silos proliferate, companies suffer from what experts call a “spreadmart effect”, which undermines trust in the data and leads to poor decision-making. Networked BI is a breakthrough approach to analytics that connects every part of your organization via a shared analytical fabric that every person can easily access and extend. It eliminates analytical silos once and for all, empowering everyone with self-service BI capabilities that enable you to leverage the collective intelligence of your organization.

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