Enterprise companies aren’t the only institutions to have interest in analytics. Governments, too, face some of the same challenges as do their private sector counterparts. According to BI and analytics provider Tableau, data generated by governments is expected to continue expanding. As a result, citizens and other societal stakeholders like universities, non-government organizations (NGOs), and non-profits will have access to information that was once inaccessible in the past.
Check out this presentation, courtesy of the folks at Tableau, where you’ll discover why government agencies near and far are investing in modern BI platforms and what the future has in store for analytics in the public sector.
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