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New Business Intelligence Developments for 2011

by Steve BogdonTuesday, January 4, 2011

During January 2011 December Dashboard Insight is focusing on New Business Intelligence Developments for the upcoming year.

We started collecting article early in December of 2010, as soon as we announced the topic we had a rush of articles sent to us that included industry predictions, opinions, and information on new products that have been released already as well as a hint at what we can expect.

A few weeks ago we contacted some of the top business intelligence expects and asked them what they thought we could expect to see this year. Dashboard Insight received an overwhelming response to this question and the responses flooded in. We have compiled these responses into a two part article; expect to see part one published on January 25th.

Be sure to bookmark this page to follow along this month as we bring you the latest information on what you should expect to see this year in the business intelligence world. Check back often as we will be adding new articles daily.

Please find this months articles listed below.


Business Intelligence Predictions for 2011 - Part 1 of 2

With January designated as "New Business Intelligence Developments for 2011” month here at Dashboard Insight, we thought we'd take a look at what our industry experts are predicting for this upcoming year. As a result we contacted a number of our writers, analysts, and regular contributors and asked them to give us a one-paragraph answer to the question: "What business intelligence trends do you predict for 2011?"

by: Steve Bogdon, Dashboard Insight

No End in Sight: How the Explosion of Machine-Generated Data is Redefining Big Data and the Analytics Landscape

The previous decade has been dominated by the explosion of the Web and the big names behind it — Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter, LinkedIn. This decade will be defined by the ongoing explosion of data. Driven in part by the ubiquity of Web activity, but also by the proliferation of more and more devices that generate information, data is being produced at a feverish pace and there’s no end in sight.

by: Don DeLoach, Infobright

Business Intelligence Predictions for 2011 - Part 2 of 2

With January designated as "New Business Intelligence Developments for 2011” month here at Dashboard Insight, we thought we'd take a look at what our industry experts are predicting for this upcoming year. As a result we contacted a number of our writers, analysts, and regular contributors and asked them to give us a one-paragraph answer to the question: "What business intelligence trends do you predict for 2011?"

by: Steve Bogdon, Dashboard Insight

Notable Business Intelligence Trends for 2011 and Beyond

Its time at Dashboard Insight to look forward to what 2011 will bring us in the Business Intelligence (BI) arena. Last year at this time, we made our picks for the top developments in BI for the coming year. We boldly covered a lot of ground -open source BI, data visualization and federated mashups, cloud computing, and far beyond- keeping our readers on the leading-edge of technology. All of these trends will continue to accelerate and be just as important in the coming years ahead. The market for business intelligence will continue to be one of the fastest growing software markets, and as always, we will keep you ahead of the curve on technology. For instance, we started expounding about the intersection of business intelligence and social networking long before many of the large IT research and advisory firms made it a cause célèbre.

by: William Laurent, William Laurent Inc.

Top 10 Business Intelligence predictions for 2011

Are you ok? Perhaps you should sit down. The Business Intelligence (BI) industry developed at a frenetic take-your-breath-away pace during 2010. In 2011 the tempo will be dialed up a few beats per minute, with a continuation of trends centered around the ease-of-use, access to, and speed of reporting and analytics.

by: Lachlan James, Yellowfinbi

BI Expansion in the Cloud

2011 will see the increased use of cloud computing and BI as solution providers develop offerings that can be deployed internally or in the cloud. The increasing flexibility of vendor options allows businesses to consider solutions that may have been accessible beforehand.

by: Lyndsay Wise, WiseAnalytics

What’s on Tap for 2011?

2011 will be a water-shed year as we see accelerating adoption of new technologies that work together to help companies drive greater business efficiency and effectiveness. As we kick off the new year, we see a number of trends that will both accompany and enable the increase in BI capabilities.

by: Wayne Morris, myDIALS Inc.

Business Intelligence in the Virtual World

During our waking hours we are all “knowledge workers” to a large degree, whether we realize it or not. We process an endless stream of intelligence about our world in the form of statistics, numbers, video sound bites, voice mails, stock market tracking dashboards, and so much more. Without this continual barrage of information, most of us are not able to function optimally in society. The undisputable fact is that our lives are now filled with “business intelligence” (in its most general meaning), which gives us indispensible support for so much of our daily decision making.

by: William Laurent, William Laurent, Inc.

BI Predictions for 2011

The nature of data analysis varies, and correlates to the type of data being examined. For example, a business may concentrate on things such as determining employee performance, sales performance by department or sales person, etc. An economist, however, might look for identifiable patterns that explain the spending habits of various consumers.

by: Shan McAdoo, Riverlogic

BI’s Next Grand Challenge: Diversity At Scale

Business intelligence (BI) boils down to one thing: helping people make better choices so they can do their jobs better. For 20 years, BI has done this through standardized reports and dashboards, best-practice scorecards and KPIs.

by: Paul Sonderegger, Endeca

Dashboard Insight will be adding "New Business Intelligence Development for 2011" articles all month.

Please check back often.

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