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The top 8 business intelligence software blogs of 2019
Our analytics tell us that in 2019, you – our readers – have tuned in often to read what we post. Here are eight blogs that have stood out with strong readership numbers.
The blog outlines solutions to the challenges of static reporting, excessive time spent on reporting, combining different data sources and lack of mobile data access.
We describe how business Intelligence software can assist businesses in shaping growth strategies and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of forecasting.
You don’t need to be technical to create a powerful dashboard in Phocas and benefit from visualizing your business data.
4. Phocas' constructive culture is a winner
Phocas staff are happier, more capable and more collaborative in 2019 than three years prior.
5. Chairman's update
Everyone likes knowing where a company is headed and what has been achieved for the year.
6. Phocas vs Microsoft Power BI
More often business people are reviewing Phocas against Microsoft Power BI but those who choose Phocas are more satisfied with the product, vendor support and ease of use.
What KPIs matter? More business people want to align KPIs with company strategy.
Myles Glashier, the Phocas co-founder and co-CEO wrote a series of blogs this year about the psychology of decision-making. In this blog, he explains the pre-mortem technique which encourages people to share their intuition before a project gets started to identify potential risks and issues upfront.
We hope you have had a productive year, and we look forward to sharing more new and exciting content with you in 2020.
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