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Self-service tack boosts business intelligence programs

At the 2016 TDWI Executive Summit in Las Vegas, business intelligence managers detailed moves by their organizations to embrace self-service BI tools -- and the benefits that followed.


Be a corporate evangelist for BI software tools

Convincing executives and other workers to adopt business intelligence software remains surprisingly difficult. If you aren't selling BI's benefits internally, that might be one reason why.


Use of data discovery software calls for IT balancing act

Deployments of self-service BI and data discovery tools need to be governed to keep things in order. But finding the right balance between user freedom and IT oversight isn't always easy.


Businesses see location intelligence software as critical

A new report from Dresner Advisory Services says businesses see increased value in location intelligence software, but products need to improve.

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