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Posted by Boris Evelson on January 20, 2013
BI is used to build, report, and analyze business performance metrics and indicators. What about measuring the performance of BI itself? How do you know if you have a high-performing, widely used BI environment? Is your opinion based on qualitative “pulse checks” or is it based on quantitative metrics? BI practitioners who preach to their business counterparts to run their business by the numbers need to eat their own dog food: run their BI environment, platforms, and apps by the numbers. For example, do you know:
I find surprisingly little research out there on this subject, so we plan to publish a report on it. With that in mind, I’d like to solicit your input. If you have some experience, specific use cases, and best practices, please share them with me. For example:
I’m sure that I’ve missed some questions I should be asking — so I’d appreciate any comments and any contributions to this post.
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