Raising your Business Intelligence Quotient: 5 Things Your Company Can Do Now

This brief aims to introduce the notion of business intelligence (BI) quotient (BIQ) and how it can be used as a metric for accelerating the time to insight and keeping the customer/end-user in perspective. It lists five best practices companies can follow right now to improve BIQ, discusses top products, costs, and vendor considerations, and provides buying advice directly from buyers—including worksheets every buyer needs.
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