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Things I'm Thankful For

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Jake Freivald | november 27, 2013

There are a ton of things I'm thankful for that don't belong on a work blog post. Suffice it to say that the personal list goes on and on and on.   Here are some specific things that I'm thankful for in this job, in this industry.   1. Customers. Few things are as cool as sharing a vision...

Ideas Flow at Information Builders Customer Advisory Council Meeting

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Rado Kotorov | november 12, 2013

In New York City recently, representatives of 30 of Information Builders’ customers gathered at our headquarters for two and half days of discussions with Information Builders’ executive leadership on industry trends, product roadmaps and strategic goals for deployments of our technologies. Face-to...

InfoApps™: The New Face of Self-Service BI and Analytics

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Jake Freivald | november 20, 2013

For a long time, the Business Intelligence market was dominated by two types of tools: One that generated static reports for the masses, and another that used analytics to help technically savvy users slice and dice data in very sophisticated ways. Recently, there has been more and more talk about...

Don’t Take Our Word For It

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Kathleen Moran | november 05, 2013

As anyone who works for Information Builders will tell you, we’re pretty passionate about the transformative power of data. We’ve written about the benefits of maximizing information capital quite a bit on this blog, and also conducted a global survey on the benefits of widespread information...

"Anti-Social" Media

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Dan Grady | oktober 04, 2013

Imagine a person who has a real conversation with you, communicating in some detail about your relationship and value to each other, and then – the moment he turns away to get back to work – he forgets everything you were just talking about. I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t call him social. I...