It’s been a long time (in this business, anyway) since the very first business intelligence (BI) solutions turned up, enabling big organizations to perform data analysis, generating reports with primitive dashboards for company execs. Since then, the BI space has become agile, operational, self-service, social, and even reactive.
When I started to prepare a BI buyer guide, I had to reconsider
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solve their analytical problems. BI applications are also being reinforced with capabilities to work with real-time data, and with mobile features. So BI can give you a company snapshot from any perspective—tactical, strategic, and even operational. And these apps work alongside other business software, such as business process systems and content management systems, to provide analysis services to more areas of the organization. Has BI software reached its pinnacle? Of course not. Many areas of BI are