Self-service business intelligence (SSBI) is an approach to data analytics that enables business users to access and work with corporate data even though they do not have a background in statistical analysis, business intelligence (BI) or data mining. Continued…
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“The trend of self-service BI has opened up new opportunities for companies to gain value from data more quickly, because it takes IT out of the picture, which reduces delays.” – Bob Violino
Tableau acquisition of MIT AI startup aims at smarter BI software
The Tableau acquisition of Empirical Systems, an AI startup, is intended to provide Tableau users with more automated modeling of their data and enable broader use of the self-service BI and analytics software.
Understanding data discovery tools in the enterprise
Learn all about data discovery tools and the data discovery process, which pull insights from data and ultimately serve informed business decisions.
Self-service BI best practices: 5 dos and don’ts
In this SearchCIO video, Wayfair’s Nathan Kollett enumerates the dos and don’t’s that make up self-service BI best practices.
Evolving data integration strategies target new analytics needs
As companies expand their use of BI and analytics applications, well-planned data integration strategies become a more crucial component. Get advice on how to manage data integration efforts to support the analytics process more effectively.
Self-service BI software comparison: Tableau vs. Power BI, Qlik Sense
The self-service BI software market is crowded, but it’s sorting itself out. This chart can help you understand the differences between the leading players.
This describes a data source that’s not used on a regular basis.
1. What is desultory data?
2. What is alternative data?