If data is the new oil, geo-location data remains one of the greatest untapped resources. Innovative companies like Google, Uber, and Tesla are leading the charge to transform geospatial data extracted from connected devices and sensors into extremely valuable assets and products.
Modern dashboards contain summarized and interactive visualizations, and when done correctly, should effectively communicate performance. This guiding principle hasn’t changed in the last 10 years as the popularity of dashboards and data visualization soared. However, the technology choices, features, and approaches have advanced. Mobility, cloud and data exploration technologies have helped expand the persons who can create and consume dashboards.
Lestor Meadows from Kimberly-Clark provides insights into what a successful BI Awareness and Adoption program looks like and how to sustain it for 5+ years and put it on auto-pilot. Don’t miss this one!
Shawn Rogers provided in-depth insights on 5 Cs of BI: culture, community, collaboration, commitment, and consistency.
Matt takes us through his four-step process, “From WHERE to There”, a simple process to transform WHERE questions into geo spatial solutions for your business.
“Mapify your KPIs”, is a process to identify existing business problems and process where location, proximity, or distance matters. The result of this process are definitions for new leading indicators and supporting analytics that align to your performance management, Business Intelligence, and analytics strategy.
Collective Insights is a brand new market study from Dresner Advisory Services that combines collaborative Business Intelligence and governance to formulate a clear path for consensus based decision making.
To set the record straight, we connected with Andrew Brust. He’s a 15-year Big Data veteran who not only is a Senior Director, at Datameer, but also a highly sought-after influencer and speaker on the topic of Big Data, as well as a blogger on ZDNet in his column ‘Big On Data’.
We reached out to our good friend David Dadoun at the Aldo Group to get a customer’s perspective on the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms . His experience and current use of multiple BI platforms gave us some deep insight and colorful feedback that you can’t miss.