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Top 10 BI predictions For 2012 by Forrester

November 28, 2011 No Comments

Forrester’s Boris Evelson gave his top ten predictions for business intelligence for the coming year.

1. It’s all about getting things done. Standards, a single version of the truth, and enterprise-grade platforms continue to be important, but individual BI tools with the functionality to get things done trumps standards.

2. Enterprises will learn to live with multiple BI tools. Forrester client inquiries about how to live with multiple BI tools far exceed inquiries about platform consolidations.

3. More BI will move into the hands of end users. IT will learn not fight it or risk becoming irrelevant. IT will also learn not to fight spreadmart/spreadsheet wars or risk becoming irrelevant. Why? See prediction #1.

Read the rest of the top ten predctions here.

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