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Three BI Trends Every CIO Must Understand

January 13, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  InformationWeek

Anthony Perez is having a great NBA season. While you won’t find his stats on the sports page, his activities with the Orlando Magic should be influencing your business intelligence strategy. The Magic’s use of BI tools represents one of the three big trends in this technology sector.

What are those trends? One is that BI is moving from a backroom IT function to an integral part of strategic business planning. Two is that companies are applying BI to more external sources–to social network conversations, for instance, to gauge customer sentiment, or to industry spending data. Three is the use of what I call RBD (really big data) to drive corporate strategy.

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