In this contributed article, Ben Tai, Founder and CEO of DrivenBI talks about how his company provides a BI tool for business users that doesn’t require programming or a data warehouse.
MicroStrategy® Incorporated (Nasdaq: MSTR), a leading worldwide provider of enterprise software platforms, announced the general availability of MicroStrategy 10.5, the latest update to the company’s MicroStrategy 10™ platform.
DrivenBI, provider of SRK, the 100% cloud-native self-service BI platform that empowers business professionals without IT’s constant support, announced a new on-boarding methodology to quicken the learning curve for new users, further redefining the meaning of self-service BI.
Jethro, provider of an index-based SQL acceleration engine that makes Business Intelligence (BI) work on Hadoop, is slated to release Jethro 2.0 featuring “auto-cubes.”
Analyzing big data poses multiple challenges. Highly parallel distributed data architecture is one solution, but until recently it has been mostly limited to databases, not business intelligence (BI) application servers. In this report, application development and delivery (AD&D) pros working on BI initiatives will learn about the capabilities of distributed BI platforms mostly based on […]
DrivenBI SRK, the cloud-native true self-service business intelligence (BI) tool to remove IT complexity for business professionals, introduces its Collaboration Hub.
Our friends over at Boston University’s Master of Science in Computer Information Systems Online Program put together the compelling infographic below that highlights why Business Intelligence (BI) is the key to competitive advantage for enterprises today.
To make the most of big data, enterprises must evolve their IT infrastructures to handle these new high-volume, high-velocity, high-variety sources of data and integrate them with the pre- existing enterprise data to be analyzed.
We are awash in a flood of data today. In a broad range of application areas, data is being collected at unprecedented scale. Decisions that previously were based on guesswork, or on painstakingly constructed models of reality, can now be made based on the data itself. Such Big Data analysis now drives nearly every aspect of our modern society, including mobile services, retail, manufacturing, financial services, life sciences, and physical sciences.
In almost every organization, SQL is at the heart of enterprise data used in transactional systems, data warehouses, columnar databases and analytics platforms to name just a few examples. Additionally, a vast number of commercial and in-house developed tools used to access, manipulate and visualize data rely on SQL. SQL is lifeblood of the modern transaction and decision support systems.