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  • 1. BI trends to follow in 2013Jon Woodward, CEODecember 2012
  • 2. It’s 2013 - picture the scene…Business Intelligence remains a top priority. Why? For the business: insight is a business imperative For IT: faced with extracting information when data is growing in both size and complexity For Users: increased demand for anytime, anywhere access to BI for daily decision making 20 December 2012 | Slide 1
  • 3. Demand for BI Data Discovery tools will continue togrow in 2013 supported by:1. Breakthrough in the beautiful BI interfaceDelivering a fully immersive and interactive self-service BI experience,anytime, anywhere, and in any dimension2. A focus on telling the whole BI storyInspired by gamification to provide a complete picture of available information3. Progression beyond the Big Data hypeTo focus on actionable analytics that harness diverse data sets 20 December 2012 | Slide 2
  • 4. 1. The rise of the beautiful, immersive interfaceWill be… Will mean…rapid BI insights Fully interactive and utilise anytime, anywhere – and in gesture control any dimension Available for multi-device environments with a unified experience Seamlessly employed across desktop, notepad, tablet and smartphone Pervasive 20 December 2012 | Slide 3
  • 5. 2. Greater ability to tell the full storyWill be… Will mean…self-service BI Able to merge temporal and across the organisation locational data in seconds Easy to search in natural language and use both written word and speech Able to overcome data silos Provide the user with a complete view of information Ready to support collaboration 20 December 2012 | Slide 4
  • 6. 3. Actionable analytics beyond the big data hypeWill be… Will mean…actionable Able to handle diverse data analytics for agile businesses sets Align to real use cases and not hype Virtually integrate with ease Handle volumes with ease 20 December 2012 | Slide 5
  • 7. It’s the freedom you’ve been waiting for www.neutrinobi.com 20 December 2012 | Slide 6

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