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Business Intelligence: Actionable Insights for Business Decision Makers
Despite significant investments in data collection and integration, few companies can redeploy accumulated data to drive business performance. To succeed, they

business and financial flexibility  are available that enable business and IT stakeholders to collaborate effectively, thereby advancing the firm's competitive advantage. 2.1 Simplicity Yesteryear's BI implementations tended to force users to sift through large quantities of available data in search of relationships, links or hidden insights, and some of the tools were designed for technically sophisticated users (so called power users ) which meant that average business users were at a disadvantage. To be truly useful, BI tools must help

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