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Choosing a Standard for BI and Reporting: Simplify the IT Environment Reduce Your TCO Increase Your ROI

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How embedded BI fits with data democratization

Embedded BI capabilities have become more and more widespread over time, and this Dresner market report demonstrates that this trend isn’t going anywhere—organizations are planning around BI, and embedded BI in particular.

This trend is part of a wider effort to democratize and proliferate data through organizations, as companies realize that insight, accuracy, and revenue follow the flow of information.

Read on to see how embedded BI use is growing alongside data access and better data governance, and which industries are most interested.

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