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Rethinking Mobile Business Intelligence

September 8, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  EnterpriseApps Today

Mobile BI must take into account multiple devices, data needs and work environments in order to be successful.

As if the advent of agile business intelligence wasn’t enough of a puzzle, IT buyers are now being asked to wrap their minds around the notion of mobile business intelligence. There are several head-scratching features of mobile BI as it is advertised today:

·         Today’s hot analytics tools are all about deeper, more ad-hoc analysis based on data-stuffed enterprise reports, and floods of just-in-time data alerting real-time enterprises and driving more immediate decisions – in other words, lots of data with complicated relationships.  How do you fit all that on a cell phone screen? How do you perform complicated analyses without a keyboard?

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