Tag: business intelligence

Business Strategy in the Fortnite Era

In thinking about the concept of Business Strategy, I cannot help but draw certain parallels between it and the popular video game Fortnite. For those who may not be as familiar, Fortnite is a “cooperative shooter survival game” made for up to four players.  Be the Last Person Standing After taking a shotgun hit from […]

Assessing the Maturity of Self-Service BI

Without exception, my clients want to discuss self-service BI (“SSBI”). This isn’t surprising, as it’s both a buzz-word and mainstay of the analytics landscape. SSBI is universally recognized as a strategic driver and a business need, but some perceive it to be ambiguous or simply hype. I’ve had the opportunity to address this several times […]

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Data Science: “Why?” Is Just the First Question

Wheaties and beer may be the breakfast of ex-champions, but Pop-Tarts and beer appear to be the breakfast of hurricane evacuees.  Back in 2004, Hurricane Frances was on its way across the Caribbean heading toward Florida’s coast, in the wake of Hurricane Charley which had arrived several weeks earlier.  A week prior to the storm’s […]

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What IS the “Analytics Cloud”?

[vc_row no_margin=”true” padding_top=”0px” padding_bottom=”0px” border=”none”][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/1″][text_output]After Dreamforce 2014, you might have already heard of Salesforce.com’s newest offering, the “Analytics Cloud”. If you’re like many of our clients, you’re asking yourself, “What’s it all about, and what does it mean to Salesforce customers like me?” Put quite simply the “Analytics Cloud” is Salesforce’s new Business […]