BI on the TCO Diet
sponsored by IBM

BI solutions promise visibility, insight and performance improvements but too much waste and underutilization can lead to unnecessary cost and time pressures. Best-in-Class companies, leveraging a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) approach to BI, have achieved a superior level of analytical fitness by optimizing their IT resource utilization and building higher BI adoption rates.  Relying on a comprehensive set of organizational capabilities, top performing companies are able to plan, implement, and manage their BI strategies more efficiently, ultimately leading to a lower cost per user, and a higher return on their BI investment.

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