Top Business Intelligence Resources: Analyst Reports, Buyer’s Guides, and Whitepapers
The editors at Solutions Review have compiled this collection of complimentary resources on the subject of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics. Below are whitepapers, BI Buyer’s Guides, vendor reviews and market reports from leading enterprise technology analysts like Gartner and Forrester.
This 17-page document presents you with the questions you need to ask when considering a BI solution and includes a reference guide to the top 28 Business Intelligence solution providers.
A comprehensive Features Matrix Report lining up all of the Top BI and Data Analytics Solution Vendors in an easy to use spreadsheet.
This complimentary Gartner Report offering BI solutions providers for 2016, 5 core BI technical capabilities, and more.
In Forrester’s 25-criteria evaluation of Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) vendors, they identified the 11 most significant EMM providers and analyzed their offerings.
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This Hadoop resources was written to cover Hadoop use cases, a Hadoop distributions rundown, and BI tools feature matrix.
Solutions Review has compiled the most complete Business Intelligence glossary of terms available on the web. With over 50 terms defined, this resource is sure to help keep you hip to all the latest and greatest lingo in enterprise Data Analytics.
This paper describes typical BI implementation challenges and details how Microsoft Business Intelligence applications are designed to help you overcome challenges.
How anyone can use business analytics to turn data into profitable insight.
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Fast growing companies use BI to communicate corporate strategy enterprise-wide, react to business changes, and be more agile than the competition.
Business Intelligence (BI) is a compelling application for an enterprise database, and now it’s increasingly available in the form of cost-saving open source appliances and solutions.
Learn how small and midsized businesses (SMBs) can benefit from BI tools.
This paper provides insight into the top four worst practices for business intelligence. It also provides guidance on how to avoid or overcome worst practices in order to tap into the true power of BI.
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