Mainstream business practices call for the critical requirements of business intelligence (BI) to enable evidence-based decisions, and line-of-business users should expect no less from providers of cloud-based business analytics.
In the data-driven age, the most effective businesses know that success depends on making decisions based on hard facts rather than gut instinct. But how can you be confident that you are taking the right action, if you don’t fully trust the accuracy of the figures on which your decisions are based?
Benny Cohen, founder and president of Knowledge Providers, Inc., has spent the last 35 years implementing business solutions for small and large organizations across North America. He spent some time with us to talk about “self-service BI” for decentralizing the consumption of data and described
This white paper evaluates performance capabilities of leading-edge business intelligence (BI) platforms.
The research makes a comparison study of IBM Cognos BI and IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration on IBM Power Systems, SAP BusinessObjects and HANA, Oracle Business Intelligence and Exadata, and