This week we look back at six articles we have posted over the past three years that discuss Business Analytics. In May 2012 we proposed predicting the future rather than analysing the past and last week we looked at the power of real time business analytics.
Chris Gabriel, VP of Solutions Management at Logicalis Group, explores the world of ‘Big Data’, to look at the impact of ‘internet time’ on decision-making and the increasingly central role of business analytics in driving long term competitiveness.
In the first of a two part series, Malek el Khazen explores ‘the need for speed’ in big data analytics, and assesses the importance of ‘real time’ in access to business intelligence drawn from ‘big data’.
Malek el Khazen looks at the role SAP HANA can play in addressing ‘the need for speed’ in big data analytics – how its ability to deliver business intelligence in real time gives CXOs 20/20 vision when they need it most.
Joanne Nelson assesses the future of business intelligence solutions, as research suggests on-premise solutions may soon be consigned to history.
Alex Watson-Jackson identifies the key barriers that continue to prevent businesses from realising the true value of real-time business analysis of big data, and offers tips on how to overcome them.
Gerry Carroll explains how more and more of today’s enterprises are deriving real transformative value from big data and real-time business analytics – successes that seemed unattainable just a short time ago.