All tagged Business Intelligence
Finding talent to make the most of data is the hardest part of establishing an analytics culture within an organization. Companies can decide amongst outsourcing or hiring in-house teams. What suits your business the best? Is there another option for businesses?
Traditional Business intelligence systems are less effective in managing such huge volumes of data. There are cases where the data integration phase runs into years. Also with unstructured data, it becomes very difficult to recognize patterns in tables and the more traditional BI display methods. Now here’s where self-service applications come into the picture.
Is it possible to predict how successful a candidate can be for the company? Is there a way to know if the candidate is a good investment? How do we decide whether to hire someone or not? Luckily BI can fix this for us, and answer many similar questions that can make choosing the perfect people for our business.
Big Data is by no means a new concept for most people in the business world. For many small businesses, the use of data technology has been mostly out of reach due to budget constraints and lack of in-house technical expertise. That is why many startups are making data accessible to low-tech businesses. Uday Hegde is the CEO and Co-Founder of USEReady, a data analytics firm that helps businesses implement data solutions.
USEReady, a data and security consulting firm headquartered in New York announced today that it has signed a partnership agreement with Solmark, an "Entrepreneurs Equity Fund" based out of Herndon, Virginia. As part of this agreement, Mr. Adarsh Mehra, senior partner from Solmark will be nominated to the board of directors at USEReady.
Even though self-service BI has proved to be a boon but it’s no fairy tale. There have been a lot of shortcomings in adopting self-service BI and it has not been an easy road. According to a report by Gartner 70 to 80 percent of BI projects fail. A lot of these projects are self-service BI projects. How to pevent BI projects from failing?
A debate which most of the practitioners of traditional BI tend to engage in is that the self-service BI comes with reduced number of challenges. Most argue that the self-service tools are ‘drag-n-drop’, and are like a ‘black-box’ which do not give a complete control of the data and its depiction. However, I feel that the challenges are different and complicated in the self-service space.
Even though BI experts pretty much seem to be in total awareness of where are things headed in 2017, backed by the opinions of USEReady's BI experts who have helped numerous companies succeed with data - here are top 5 trends that we think will dominate 2017.
2016 REWIND - SiliconANGLE - Ignore Wall Street: Tableau’s still the king of Business Intelligence. Tableau sat pretty as Gartner’s top dog in the BI and Analytics world, and a closer look at the Magic Quadrant reveals that almost every other vendor lost ground as well in 2016, including giants like IBM, SAP SE and Oracle, which didn’t even make the cut.
Despite advances in technology, firms that can access and leverage their data, now have a new problem on their hands, how to be successful with it? Uday Hegde, co-founder, and CEO of USEReady explains how companies can extract value from their data using self-service platforms in conversation with The Huffington Post
Among other features, Governed Data Discovery is making its own room in the industry because customers are looking to make IT and business ends meet seamlessly and function smoothly for optimization of BI initiatives.
3 Ways Big Data and BI are Changing for Business Owners. If you're into big data, you'll want to know these trends for 2017. This post originally appeared on INC.COM on DEC 8, 2016.
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In our memories of TC past year, crowds thronged USEReady’s booth and walked away with amazing gifts and prizes. The grand prize was an AC/DC guitar for data geeks with a musical soul. This time, it's for the fast & the furious. The data craziness has been combined with a grand raffle, for a Tesla.
Industry experts have been advocating the consolidation of BI ecosystems lately. Highlighting the many benefits of BI consolidation research reports have done their best to give birth to another buzzword. What is Consolidation? What are its prerequisites and after-effects? and more.
Even though self-service BI has revolutionized the analytical arena to a certain extent, there are still challenges in the way to block them from gaining maximum BI potential.
In this Whitepaper we thoroughly discuss the pain points that fall in the way of successful BI initiatives along with ways to overcome them.
Half of 2016 has already passed, where are we now? What did we make of the predictions that were laid before us at the beginning of this year? Here’s a mid-year roundup of predicted BI trends 2016.
It's been said before, it is important that even the brightest minds get a little distraction once in a while. Continuing to the series of ultra-geeky jokes here are few more. Indulge, relate and share with fellow geeks to humor the busy brains, Enjoy!
While there’s been rapid adoption of BI, there have been concerns about the issues related to the most crucial element that fuels these BI initiatives i.e. Data. Data is too often ignored for impurities and flaws, eventually leading to unsuccessful, unsatisfactory and low ROI BI projects.
In this document, we discuss the various pain points that decision makers face and the solutions to overcome them.
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