Self-Service Business Intelligence

Preparing for Distributed Analytics

Helping business intelligence (BI) stakeholders navigate the massive amounts of data in provider and related data sources requires a solid plan for tools, training, and support.

Creating a self-service analytics environment the right way will increase BI and analytic value, throughput, agility, and innovation. But done wrong, it will be little more than an expensive and cumbersome approach to producing misleading information.

Too often, self-service BI is considered a method to offload IT work—rather than an approach to create and support a self-sufficient data-driven organization in which all staff are knowledgeable workers driving toward enterprise priorities. This brief offers a framework for a successful approach.

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