Tag Archive: self-service BI

Understanding the benefits and challenges of self-service BI

The concept of ‘self-service business intelligence (BI)’ started gaining momentum in the early 2000s. More than two decades later, a survey by Yellowfin has found that the majority of respondents (61%) say that less than 20% of their business users have access to self-service BI tools. Perhaps more concerning, 58% of those surveyed said less …

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Overcoming the Barriers to Self-Service BI

In previous posts I covered how to make self-service BI attractive to the users and aspects to consider when implementing self-service BI. In this post, I give my opinions on overcoming the barriers typically encountered when implementing self-service BI.

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Implementing Self-Service BI

In a previous blog, I discussed how to make self-service BI more appealing to the users, given that it allows an organisation to access and work with corporate information without the IT department’s involvement. So following on, I now examine the aspects that need to be considered in order to implement self-service BI effectively. Getting …

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Making Self-Service BI useable

Making Self-Service BI more appealing for the User The topic of self–service Business Intelligence (BI) has been around for many years now, but has steadily continued to become more important as businesses have become more information driven and data volumes and information utilisation continues to grow. A measure of success for Self-Service BI is the …

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Data Discovery

New concepts and technologies continue to emerge in the business intelligence space, which brings new business challenges and of course new opportunities for organisations to understand and ultimately leverage it for business benefit. One such concept that first appeared a few years back, but has yet to get the full attention it deserves, is data …

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