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  • BI Projects Gone Wrong: 8 Obstacles to Avoid

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    If you can treat BI like a long-term project, deliver the right insights, and leverage more than historical data, your investment may not be a waste after all. In this expert guide, Reda Chouffani, Co-founder of Biz Technology Solutions, explores 8 common challenges and pitfalls that can cause BI projects to fail.

  • Preparing for PSD2: The Role of Data in the Future of Banking

    Sponsored by: DataStax

    To meet the requirements around customer experience from PSD2, the key will be your data management strategies. Learn how to cleanse and integrate your data for a single customer view and reduce the risk of opening up bank systems to third party access.

  • PPM for Streamlined Product Development: Video Demo

    Sponsored by: Innotas by Planview

    Watch this brief video to learn about a portfolio management platform that helps streamline product development from ideation through launch. You'll discover key features that enhance pipeline prioritization, capacity planning, and resource management.

  • Gartner Data and Analytics Summit 2017: Useful Analytics Versus Futuristic Applications

    Sponsored by: Pyramid Analytics

    This year, at the Gartner Data & Analytics Summit, one thought was on the mind: What will "the next data platform" look like? Discover what the experts think about the next big thing in data analytics. Plus, uncover interviews with BI and analytics pros Bobby Ayub, David Brierley and Steve Cowell.

  • Going big: why companies need to focus on operational analytics

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This report from Capgemini Consulting shows how the search for competitive advantage has driven organisations to shift the focus of their analytical efforts to back office operations

  • Maximize Your BI Investment with A User-Friendly Platform

    Sponsored by: Pyramid Analytics

    In this white paper learn about a BI service for Microsoft's SQL Server platform that is both intuitive and adaptive, allowing users to easily access their analytics to provide consumable and actionable insights.

  • Patient Engagement Tools, Techniques Critical to Care

    Sponsored by: SearchHealthIT.com

    Patient engagement is widely considered by many healthcare leaders as a critical component of achieving high-quality care. In this issue of Pulse, we examine how healthcare can take cues from consumer technologies to improve care, reduce costs, and strengthen the physician-patient relationship.

  • IT Project: Business intelligence in the world of big data

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Old-school business intelligence (BI), although still important, is no longer at the cutting edge of modern IT projects. However, as the TechTarget 2016 spending survey shows, business intelligence is very much a priority for corporate IT.

  • Business Intelligence Market Study Report for SMBs

    Sponsored by: Looker

    Small to medium businesses (SMBs) prioritize a wide span of BI technologies and initiatives. But which BI initiatives are right for you? In this Dresner Advisory Services, LLC research report, discover what your SMB peers are considering for BI initiatives, how they are using enterprise data, and more.

  • Find the Key to Effective Data Visualization

    Sponsored by: Qlik

    There's more to effective data visualization in advanced analytics applications than simply dumping data into a tool and creating useable charts. In this e-guide, learn 4 steps to help your data visualization project succeed. Plus, read how one company approached adopting a reporting and visualization tool – and learn how they benefitted.

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