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Business Discovery in a changing world

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View this slide deck that was presented at Business Discovery World Tour hosted in India in March 2013. It talks about the constantly changing world around us. The important trends that contribute to …

View this slide deck that was presented at Business Discovery World Tour hosted in India in March 2013. It talks about the constantly changing world around us. The important trends that contribute to this evolving business landscape are:
1) Information is more strategic than ever before
2) Computing access is ubiquitous
3) Consumerization and empowerment have changed the nature of information work and information technology (IT)

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  • 1. Business Discovery in a Changing WorldPeter McQuadeVice PresidentQlikTech Inc.
  • 2. Rapid Change Is Under WayInformation is Ubiquitous Consumerizationmore strategic computing access and empowerment
  • 3. Rapid Change Is Under WayInformation is Ubiquitous Consumerizationmore strategic computing access and empowerment
  • 4. Data: The Great Renewable Resource
  • 5. The Challenge Is Harnessing Data’s ValueSource: Gartner, “Information Innovation: The Art of the Possible,” April 2, 2012
  • 6. A Big Data Analogy: The Last Mile Problem of Telecom
  • 7. The Last Mile in Telecom Is the Most Difficult to Deliver
  • 8. Value in Big Data Comes from Relevance and Context
  • 9. Rapid Change Is Under WayInformation is Ubiquitous Consumerizationmore strategic computing access and empowerment
  • 10. Many Ways to Interact with Information
  • 11. Touch Screen Interfaces: Natural, Easy, Immersive
  • 12. Mobility: On the Go, Anywhere, Everywhere• Combination of devices results in apps used 50% more throughout the day than with laptop alone• People use mobile devices even off work hours• Users often maintain their own devices
  • 13. Rapid Change Is Under WayInformation is Ubiquitous Consumerizationmore strategic computing access and empowerment
  • 14. We Live in the Age of Empowerment Board a plane . . . . . . Or build a kit plane you can fly in yourself
  • 15. The Empowered Consumer Social Networking Apps Search Mobility The Empowered Consumer
  • 16. The Mac App Store Windows Store Android App Collection
  • 17. The New Analytics Information Discoverysupply chain
  • 18. The New Analytics Information Discoverysupply chain
  • 19. The Role of IT Is TransformingSource: CITO Research, “From Gatekeeper to Enabler: How the Role of IT is Fundamentally Changing,” Oct. 2012
  • 20. A Supply Chain Feeds the IT StoreSource: CITO Research, “Putting the IT Store Ecosystem Into Action,” Oct. 2012
  • 21. App Stores Are Part of the New Enterprise 25% of enterprises have Access controls, app stores enterprise app store for overtake discovery of software managing corporate- installations to prevent sanctioned apps on PCs unbudgeted license costs and mobile devices 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 60% of enterprise app stores are primarily composed of third-party apps rather than enterprise-developed appsSource: Gartner, “Theres an App for That: The Growth of Enterprise Application Stores,” September 7, 2012 and,“Enterprise App Stores Can Increase the ROI of the App Portfolio,” February 4, 2013.
  • 22. The New Analytics Information Discoverysupply chain
  • 23. dis•cov•er Verb 1. Find (something or someone) unexpectedly or in the course of a search. 2. Become aware of (a fact or situation). Synonyms Find – detect – find out – uncover – reveal – unearthSource: Google search result February 19th, 2013
  • 24. Useful Discoveries Make All the Trivial Ones Worthwhile Image source: Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Fleming
  • 25. See QlikView blog postand video, “BusinessDiscovery: The Tale of theMissing Ingredient,” athttp://bit.ly/11PWdsR
  • 26. We Make Discoveries Through Streams of Questions“What do my “It looks like “Ok, it seems “Wow, it looks “Let’s expandmargins look one of my that bicycles like 20-40 year the view to seelike for the last regions has are not selling olds are not all productsthree quarters been under well in this buying many bought by 20-broken down goal, I wonder region, is there bicycles at all, 40 year olds. Itby region?” if there’s a a particular specifically looks like specific bicycle or mountain hiking gear is category of perhaps a bikes.” more popular product that’s customer with this group, driving this?” segment that’s which is good the issue?” because it’s less costly to stock…”
  • 27. Visualizations Are the Tip of the Iceberg of Understanding
  • 28. People Make Decisions Based on Multiple Sources of Input
  • 29. Key Takeaways• Data and computing are everywhere – high volume, velocity and variety• The information supply chain: fast solutions, high relevance• The best data in the world is useless if not accessible to decision makers• Business Discovery software is the critical piece in the IT portfolio that delivers the last mile of Big Data• Not all approaches are equal www.qlikview.com
  • 30. Thank you!

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