Tag: BI

Business intelligence in a multi-cloud era

Until recently, the relationship between business intelligence systems and cloud providers has been simple. BI tools have traditionally been built with a single-vendor architecture...

Five tips for adopting Business Intelligence (BI)

Recent research conducted by sales-i revealed that 9 out of 10 B2B companies see Business Intelligence – along with other data-driven technologies – as...

A Radical New Model is Needed for Data Analytics to Thrive

Data warehousing has reached an impasse. Born in an era of monolithic systems walled off from the outside world, the data warehousing technologies that...

BI in the Future, is there a BI Problem? – #Cloudtalks with Assimil8’s Will Boyle

In this episode of #CloudTalks, Compare the Cloud speaks with Will Boyle, head of sales for Assimil8 Business Analytics. Will speak's about how Assimil8...

Information Builders Collaborate with Microsoft Azure Marketplace to Offer its Omni-Gen

Enterprises buying Azure Marketplace PaaS applications can improve ROI for key business entities with leading data platform Information Builders, a leader in business intelligence (BI)...


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