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The Road Ahead for BI

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 28 June 2012, 10:55 Hrs
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Bangalore: BI software is no longer entirely controlled by the IT department. At present, IT owns a 63 percent cut of the BI pie chart, followed by business applications at 12 percent and data services’ 6 percent. There are several reasons for this change, mainly the need for better and faster access to company data. This problem can be fixed by making business intelligence software available directly to the executive.

Data visualization techniques have been implemented in over 30 percent of BI software already, a figure expected to rise to 68 percent in a year’s time. Dashboard adoption is going to make an even bigger leap, rising from present 58 percent to an overwhelming 91 percent by early 2013.  

Mobile BI is catching on. Workers prefer using their own smartphones, or even tablets, for work rather than company issued phones, and enterprises are promptly adopting this cheaper and much more efficient alternative.

Domo Technologies, an organization providing innovative BI solutions in the form of executive management software came up with an infographic which briefly described the current state of the BI industry. It also focused on the direction which BI is expected to take in the future and the shift in the market to keep up with the changing user base.



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