Mobile service providers struggle to match data usage to revenues. A new kind of BI can help.
Traditional analytic best practices are slowly being supplanted by what might be called the analytics of the particular.
Data warehouse appliances and virtualization make logical partners for companies interested in cost-effective solutions to handling massive amounts of data across devices.
At last week's TDWI Summer World Conference in San Diego, bottom-up disruption -- of an agile kind -- was a salient theme.
A new survey examines how over 200 organizations use performance management to improve revenue performance, forecast-to-plan ratio, and customer satisfaction.
New information sources demand improved analytics to learn more about customer behavior, employee and supplier relationships, competitors, and the market.
Does Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g "close the loop?"
When it comes to analytics, the columnar database debate misses the point.
MapReduce is usually thought of as an enabling technology for Big Data analytics. Talend says it can help supercharge data integration, too.
Why the agile push? Agile proponents cite a litany of familiar complaints.
Agile is not a software feature -- it's a process.
You don't have to have a Global 2000 budget to reap the benefit of BI.
Online Social Gaming Company Turns to Visual BI to Delve into Data
Could Oracle's Exadata V2 enable a new -- and altogether more ambitious -- approach to enterprise performance management?
The cloud will reduce the cost of delivering simple, powerful business intelligence so organizations can finally enjoy pervasive BI.
What is an agile BI architecture, and how does it fit into an organization's overall BI approach?
The draw of the open source R statistics environment, according to vendors, is cost -- it's simply cheaper than premium offerings.
How to build a PowerPivot Competency Center
Why isn't data modeling part of agile development?
With the recent announcement of three dozen new SQL-MapReduce functions, Aster Data's message is clear: MapReduce is a boon to analytics.