Open source business intelligence
- December 29, 2010
Find out what the top business intelligence (BI), corporate performance management (CPM) and business analytics stories were for 2010 – including SaaS BI, Excel for BI and predictive analytics.
- September 20, 2010
Learn how to select the best business intelligence (BI) tools for your business. Get tips on gathering business requirements, comparing types of BI software and picking BI vendors.
- July 08, 2010
Our new survey found that aligning BI with end-user requirements and getting executive buy-in topped the list of challenges facing BI professionals.
- December 02, 2008
The open source revolution is impacting data warehousing, and this article provides suggestions for getting the most out of an open source data warehouse implementation.
- October 28, 2008
This article marks the launch of Lyndsay Wise's BeyeNETWORK expert channel on mid-market business intelligence (BI). The article provides the first step for organizations looking at BI offerings.
- October 01, 2008
Can a medium-sized company afford a data warehouse? What is the business case?
- February 12, 2008
Is open source business intelligence a viable option now that open source business intelligence has entered the mainstream and commercial support models are in place?
- January 08, 2008
Between the cost savings and easier integration into applications, using open source for operational business intelligence makes sense.
- September 13, 2007
Overcome big budgets to successfully deploy open source business intelligence projects.
- February 08, 2007
This article directs your attention to three Web sites that give a glimpse into the future of business information and knowledge creation.
- September 14, 2006
Understanding how interdependence, interoperability and modularity help define BI software stacks can simplify the process of incorporating open source components and reduce the overall cost of managing all enterprise BI components.
- February 09, 2006
The Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) project, which includes a new report designer and runtime component, is one of the most prominent top-level Eclipse projects.