This Presentation Transcript, featuring Forrester Research, explains how Software as a Service business intelligence can deliver a more cost-effective way to get relevant information to those who need it faster than traditional business intelligence can.
This data sheet explains how cloud computing can help IT deliver critical business services more quickly and inexpensively. Find out what steps companies will have to take to embrace this new IT model.
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.
In this expert e-guide, we explore how organizations across a variety of industries are leveraging SAP's in-memory platform to enhance reporting, analytics, self-service BI, ERP transformation, mobility, and more. Discover which approach to SAP HANA – on premise, in the cloud, or via mobile apps – is best for you.
Today, firms in the communications industry must relook at how they deliver customer service in order to streamline operations, retain customers and drive business revenue. Read this paper to learn about five, practical, cost-effective opportunities that allow firms to meet market demand and achieve an impressive Return on Investment.
This expert handbook explores how to leverage context-aware technologies to create appropriately personalized customer experiences. Discover how to deliver on the promise of personalized content delivery with tools and strategies for web content management, marketing automation, machine learning, 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.
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.