The following expert white paper explores Wayne Eckerson's 5 steps for delivering self-service business intelligence to everyone in your business. Learn important parts like creating taxonomies, selecting the right tools, and more.
Web portals give organizations the opportunity to deliver a tailored web experience to a range of end users. View this white paper to learn how portals are utilized to share information and provide online self-service. it explains the value of sites based on portals.
In this case study Loyalty Management Group (LMG), tried to find a way to offer retailers and suppliers the ability to analyze full Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) data volumes to help them gain insight, intelligence and statistical confidence.
Many organizations are realizing the interesting and paradoxical pattern that exists with BI applications: the more you use them, the more new and different requirements keep pouring in. Read this E-Guide and learn to gain a stronger understanding of your customers and business as well as to excel in today’s competitive market with real-time BI.
If SQL Server 2008 R2's self-service business intelligence (BI) features made the release appealing to business users, then the data quality, analysis, and master data management capabilities that give IT more control over self-service BI in SQL Server 2012 will make this latest release attractive to DBAs. Read this expert e-guide to learn more.
This case study uncovers the secrets to maximizing cloud savings with automated cloud management software. Discover how a major financial institution leveraged both to generate savings to the tune of one billion USD over the course of three years.
Kenneth Cole Productions Inc. decided to take advantage of the scalability of cloud resources provided on demand by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the self-service reporting of SAP BusinessObjects 4.0. Read this brief case study to learn about the combined Proof of Concept that completed these initiatives in three weeks for less than $500.
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