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Embedding BI in Enterprise Applications: Magnifying the Analytical Impact

Source: Mindshare Technologies
The business world is evolving into one that rewards timely, data-supported decisions as a supplement or replacement for “gut-feel” judgments. The challenge is that most organizations have more data than they know what to do with. For software provider considering the addition of business intelligence (BI) capability and end-users exploring its business value, this brief seeks to investigate and quantify the business impact of embedded BI.


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