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Wednesday, 12 October 2011 19:27

Four things successful BI deployments have in common

Maybe you think it's profoundly obvious - of course you know what constitutes a successful Business Intelligence (BI) deployment. And whilst you might know how to implement an effective BI project, it's clear that many don't.

This paper has defined Social and Collaborative BI as the merging of BI with social networking and Web 2.0 technologies.

If you're a software developer, then this is a must read.Business Intelligence (BI) is a rapidly growing industry. Organizations from all backgrounds are turning to BI to streamline operational efficiencies and increase competitive advantage by placing better, faster fact-based information in the hands of more decision-makers.

The phenomenal interest in social networking and Web 2.0 technologies at the enterprise level is both unprecedented and growing rapidly.

International Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, has released the new version of its BI solution - Yellowfin 5.1 Socialize, Visualize & Decide.

Thursday, 02 December 2010 17:26

Yellowfin 5.1 released on Friday.

There is no ROI in Business Intelligence; unless you make a decision.

Monday, 22 November 2010 16:57

Is your BI Software, social and collaborative?

In short, everyone gets collectively smarter and knowledge that once took years to acquire is openly available to anyone who cares to participate.

'Yellowfin is helping organizations make accurate, fast-paced decisions in a time of increasing marketplace competition and geographically dispersed workforces

Glen Rabie is CEO of Yellowfin Business Intelligence, recognised among 25 rising companies that CIO's must know about, Yellowfin is an innovative and flexible solution for reporting and analytics, providing a full range of data access, presentation and information delivery capabilities.

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