Blogger: Lyndsay Wise

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Lyndsay Wise is the Solution Director, Professional Services Division for North America, responsible for helping customers align their business strategy successful data management. Before joining Information Builders, Lyndsay worked as an industry analyst for 12 years, founding WiseAnalytics in 2007 and covered research areas related to data visualization, analytics, BI in the cloud, and implementation strategies for mid-market organizations. She provided consulting services as well as industry research into leading technologies, market trends, BI products and vendors, mid-market needs, and data visualization. In 2012, Lyndsay wrote Using Open Source Platforms for Business Intelligence: Avoid Pitfalls and Maximize ROI to help provide organizations with the tools needed to evaluate open source business intelligence and make the right software decisions.

Leveraging Operational Intelligence for Proactive Insights, Part 2

april 10, 2018

Part 1 of this series discussed the way technology and its adoption are shifting within organizations. Now, business intelligence (BI) and analytics are much more flexible and can adapt to a variety...

Leveraging Operational Intelligence for Proactive Insights, Part 1

maart 09, 2018

The lines of business intelligence (BI) are blurring as organizations move beyond reporting and dashboards towards leveraging analytics, automation, and alerts within their operations. From monthly...

TDWI Takeaways and Emerging Trends

februari 27, 2018

In February, I attended TDWI in Las Vegas to speak at its Leadership Summit. The summit combined technical and business-oriented sessions that highlighted trends in data and analytics and the way in...

Thinking Big: Aligning Technology Investments With Quantifiable Business Value

januari 30, 2018

In order to be successful at whatever we do, we need to plan. In May, I will be running my first half-marathon in six years. I have what I think is a great training plan, and have mapped it out by...

Looking at the Shift in Analytics Adoption Through Trends in Business Intelligence

december 22, 2017

It is the time of year when analysts and vendors make predictions about upcoming trends in technology adoption and analytics use. I usually stay away from making my own predictions. My years as an...

Actionable Intelligence: Getting Quantifiable Benefits Out of Data

november 27, 2017

Many organizations get stuck looking at data visualizations and focusing on developing nice dashboards and measuring KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), without really gaining value from their...

The Balancing Act: Data Privacy, Security, and Analytical Insights

oktober 20, 2017

On October 3 and 4, I had the chance to attend Information Builders' "Analytics in the Public Ecosystem Symposim" in Niagara Falls, ON, which brought together professionals from healthcare,...

Understanding the Value Proposition of Looking at Analytics Strategically

september 26, 2017

We live in a now culture. Everything is about immediacy, with expectations that information not already at our fingertips can be accessed or asked for and delivered with speed. The reality for many...

A Shift: From Industry Analysis to Supporting Strategy and Business Value

september 05, 2017

Working as an industry analyst for the last 12 years has been a privilege. When I started, I didn't know that being an industry analyst was a valid career path and told myself that I would re-...