Executive Resources

Go from Analysis to Action on Your Desktop

Source: IBM
Business users need a simple but powerful way to navigate through data and find the insights to make timely, critical business decisions. This paper explores how a breakthrough personal analytics tool enables business managers to improve performance within their functional areas.



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