As the years pass, private and public sector organizations continue to become more engaged with business intelligence solutions, most obviously big data and its many offerings from a multitude of vendors.
Business intelligence solutions have progressed to a point of extreme usability and accessibility in the past few years, but this does not mean that expertise is no longer needed when going through the various processes contained therein.
The evolution of analytics and business intelligence has accelerated significantly in the past few years, driven by more robust options and players in the market that make the potential pool of users more diverse and voluminous.
As more companies get their feet wet with business analytics and a more robust understanding of the technology becomes common, these tools are ushering in a new era of operational performance, efficiency and productivity.
One of the main themes within the business analytics realm throughout the past several years has been the rapid increase in digital information around the globe and how it impacts the average organization.
Data preparation has gone from one of the more understated topics in the analytics discussion to one that is generating buzz across market segments, industries and regions in a relatively short period of time.
Despite the fact that modern big data solutions have only been around for a few years, they have already progressed to a level of maturity at which all companies, regardless of size, industry or IT background, can begin to invest and reap rewards from the assets.