SwiftKnowledge, a provider of web-based business intelligence (BI) software, has released Version 9, an ‘easy-to-use’ reporting and analysis tools for […]
Ingram Micro has launched a Business Intelligence Center (BIC) to provide business intelligence to its IT channel partners in the […]
Real-time operational intelligence or active data warehousing is becoming popular with enterprises across Europe, says a release from Teradata. Quoting […]
Interest in business analytics is surging worldwide. Quoting IDC, Reseller News reports that enterprises in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) […]
The center of the IT universe is shifting from ERP to Enterprise Architecture. Enterprises would need to redirect investments in Applications, Middleware and Infrastructure that enable business transformation at a lower total cost of ownership, says Teck Wee Lim.
An analyst says BPM is the next ERP or the next killer application of enterprise software. But we are not sure if sharing honours with ERP is the best thing that can happen to BPM at the moment. For BPM to become the next killer enterprise app, it has to learn to avoid the minefield ERP walked into.
A new report states that “ease of use”, not necessarily advanced features, is key to achieving high user adoption of BI and analytics tools. Based on 255 survey responses, a new report says ease of use and interface appeal are important factors in making BI more pervasive, particularly beyond the power user base. “When BI is hard, more time is spent learning tools and on routine tasks than on using the data for insight and business improvement,” says the study author. “It’s particularly telling that easy-to-use BI tools are rated as more important than BI features and analytic power.”