[e-book] 9 BI and data trends for 2021
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[e-book] 9 BI and data trends for 2021

Despite all the change this year, data has held, if not strengthened its position, as a critical business asset.The businesses with access to up-to-date data arguably coped better with the disruption because managers and CFOs were able to diagnose their specific situation in detail and move fast. As we look ahead and bring you the data and BI trends for 2021, we can't go past the mega-trend in the business intelligence market—the intersection of data analytics and finance. Here's an excerpt from the new Data trends eBook - when BI meets finance.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - Executive, Trends, data analytics

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[e-book] 9 BI and data trends for 2021

Despite all the change this year, data has held, if not strengthened its position, as a critical business asset.The businesses with access to up-to-date data arguably coped better with the disruption because managers and CFOs were able to diagnose their specific situation in detail and move fast. As we look ahead and bring you the data and BI trends for 2021, we can't go past the mega-trend in the business intelligence market—the intersection of data analytics and finance. Here's an excerpt from the new Data trends eBook - when BI meets finance.

Read more

Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - Executive, Trends, data analytics

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - Executive, Trends, data analytics

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Trends

Can online reviews guide data analytics sourcing?

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Top 5 Business Intelligence Trends for 2016

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Top 5 BI Trends to be aware of for the rest of 2015

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The data analytics industry has undergone rapid evolution over the past few years. Analytics used to be highly manual and tedious when done via spreadsheets, and brought with it significant risks around security and accuracy.

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