Mashups and Pervasive BI

In the world of Web-based business intelligence (BI), mashups combine two or more data sources in a single feature. Mashups are among the innovations that help spread BI wider and deeper across organizations. Known as “pervasive BI,” this concept hinges on offering features and applications that blend with—and navigate like—the familiar Web browser. Find out how pervasive BI can help your organization today.
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