The stages of an analytic enterprise
sponsored by IBM

As organizations become more analytic, they go through a significant evolution. Employees’ work practices change as they increasingly embrace analytics as a way to make better decisions and incorporate more data into their analyses. Decision making improves as analytics is embedded into more processes and enables employees to base their conclusions on data rather than intuition.

This white paper outlines the 4 stages that organizations typically go through as they become more analytic enterprises: automated, tactical, strategic, and extended.

Read on to examine how, by leveraging business intelligence (BI), performance management (PM), predictive analytics, and supporting data-management technologies, you can gain significant returns from becoming an analytic enterprise.

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