So you’ve decided you want to jump on the data analytics bandwagon and propel your company into the 21st century with better analytics, reporting and data visualization. But to get a Business Intelligence project rolling you usually need the entire organization, or at the very least the entire department, to get on board. Since embarking on a BI initiative requires an investment of time and resources, convincing the relevant people in the company to take the leap is imperative. You’ll need to construct a solid business case, defend your budget request and prove the value BI can bring to your organization.
Check out this presentation, courtesy of the folks at Sisense, where you’ll discover why organizations need to invest in BI to begin with, just how companies are deriving value from analytics, how to build an internal business case for new deployments, and much more.
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