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Posted by Boris Evelson on May 3, 2013
BI professionals spend a significant portion of their time trying to instill the discipline of datadriven performance management into their business partners. However, isn’t there something wrong with teaching someone else to fly when you’re still learning to walk? Few BI pros have a way to measure their BI performance quantitatively (46% do not measure BI performance efficiencies and 55% do not measure effectiveness). Everyone collects statistics on the database and BI application server performance, and many conduct periodic surveys to gauge business users’ level of satisfaction. But how do you really know if you have a high-performing, widely used, popular BI environment? For example, you should know BI performance
Those who have implemented what Forrester calls "BI on BI" are in nirvana land reaping the following benefits such as ability to quantitatively support
But creating BI on BI environment and infrastructure is easier said than done. Read the detailed report to find out best practices and where to look for help.
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