Introducing the 2017 BARC Score for Enterprise BI and Analytics Platforms

Data as a Differentiator

Game, Set, and Match: What Wimbledon Teaches Us About Democratising Data

GDPR, The Right to Be Forgotten, and Data Management

What Is Progressive Data Management?

Will More Modeling Increase Adoption Rates?

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Jake Freivald | juli 19, 2012

Doug Henschen talks about the BI market at InformationWeek. His commentary is driven by a Constellation Research report authored by Neil Raden (who is now back on his own as frontman of Hired Brains) and an IDC BI and Analytics market share report. I should start by noting that I didn't read Neil's...

Data Is the New Diamond

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Michael Corcoran | juli 17, 2012

An engagement ring traditionally is a sign of love and long-term fidelity. If you want the business equivalent – loyal customers who wouldn't dream of going elsewhere – then data is the new diamond. Many of our clients have found that providing consistent, accurate and information-rich customer...

A few definitions of Business Intelligence terms

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Jake Freivald | juli 12, 2012

Michael Koploy over at Software Advice gathered together the collective opinions of five business intelligence (BI) experts to provide common sense definitions of business intelligence buzzwords. That's a great idea -- Lord knows this industry could use some simplification. Since he went for...

Celebrating our Customers at Summit 2012

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Terri White | juni 15, 2012

Information Builders prides itself on having great relationships with its customers. When it comes to customer care, we don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. It’s one of the things that make us stand out and drives us to continually improve – we genuinely want to see our customers succeed....

Flat Gerry Winners “Flattered” at Summit!

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Terri White | juni 05, 2012

Yesterday was a busy day at Summit. In addition to all of the conversations we blogged about we also announced the winners of our “Flat Gerry” contest. We launched this contest as a way to hear first-hand what our customers are doing with our technology, and to learn more about how it helps...

Summit 2012 Awards of Distinction

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Terri White | juni 05, 2012

We were delighted to honor the Summit 2012 award winners yesterday during the General Session. Kathleen Moran, director of Public Relations, and Sabrina DuFour, manager of Customer Relations, announced the Awards of Distinction recipients to a packed crowd: To read more about the good work of these...

Information Builders Leaps Into Summit 2012

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Terri White | juni 04, 2012

First there were robots. Lots of silver, glow-in-the-dark robots creeping into the packed auditorium. Then a painter/dancer/performance artist started throwing paint on a gigantic canvas to express the essence of Information Builders. Or maybe it was just a dream he had last night.

At Our Peak

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Jake Freivald | mei 29, 2012

Next week many of us will travel to Florida for my favorite event of the year: Information Builders’ annual Summit meeting. We call it Summit for good reason: this event is the pinnacle of experience for more than 1,000 customers and a rallying point for dozens of partners, industry analysts,...

Feedback Needed for BARC BI Survey!

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Jake Freivald | mei 24, 2012

Does your business use performance management (PM) or business intelligence (BI) tools on a regular basis? If so, we want to hear from you! “The Customer Verdict,“ the annual survey from the Business Application Research Center (BARC), is on now through mid-June and is open for your feedback. The...

IT and Business Users: Cooperate or Die

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Rado Kotorov | mei 07, 2012

The biggest secret in the BI industry is that IT and the business are at war.  Business users perceive IT as a bottleneck, while IT views business users as technically ignorant and not mindful of the challenges of enterprise information systems. But today, cooperation has become a competitive...