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Trends in mobile BI deployments

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    • Mobile BISurvey Results www.bileadership.com
    • What is the status of your mobile BIinitiative? No plans 20% Under consideration 37% Under development 20% Partially deployed 18% Fully deployed 5%www.bileadership.com 2
    • Why did you deploy a mobile BIsolution? Provide information to field workers 72% Increase BI adoption 66% Users requested it 53% Optimize key processes 34% Speed deployment 25% Other 9%www.bileadership.com 3
    • What % of your users consume BIinformation via a mobile device? Today 13% In 18 months 34%www.bileadership.com 4
    • Why did you deploy a mobile BIsolution? Provide information to field workers 72% Increase BI adoption 66% Users requested it 53% Optimize key processes 34% Speed deployment 25% Other 9%www.bileadership.com 5
    • How many mobile BI applicationshave you deployed? Today 3.0 In 18 Months 8.9www.bileadership.com 6
    • Who uses mobile BI applications? Executives 67% Managers (e.g. marketing, sales) 61% Field sales reps or technicians 48% Operations managers and supervisors 43% Business analysts 36% Internal sales or support 7%www.bileadership.com 7
    • Compare the rate of adoptionbetween mobile BI and traditional BIapplications Better than average 58% Average 23% Below average 19%www.bileadership.com 8
    • What do users like best about theirmobile BI solution? Information on the go 93% Multi-touch interface 55% Integrated functionality 55% Location-aware maps and apps 31% App store 17% Other 10%www.bileadership.com 9
    • What do users like least about theirmobile BI solution? No disconnected usage 36% Limited data access 32% Too much clicking and paging 28% Lack of native features 28% Other 8%www.bileadership.com 10
    • What type of BI is deployed on yourmobile BI solution? Dashboards 97% Reports 69% Analysis 55% Exploration 35% Data mining 14% Authoring 14% Other 3%www.bileadership.com 11
    • What type of interactivity does yourmobile BI solution support? Today In 18 Months View static content 96% 4% Navigate (Drill, pivot, sort, rank) 90% 10%Act (e.g., trigger updates or alerts) 27% 46% Explore (e.g. add… 17% 42%Modify (e.g., add columns, change… 15% 46% Model (e.g. create what-if… 15% 39% Author reports or dashboards 12% 42%www.bileadership.com 12
    • What’s the architecture of yourmobile BI solution? Native mobile operating system 39% Web/HTML 5 browsers only 19% Hybrid of both native and HTML 5 42%www.bileadership.com 13
    • What mobile devices does your organization use? Apple iPhone 84%Blackberry RIM Smartphone 63%Google Android Smartphone 48%Microsoft Windows 8 phone 29% Apple iPad 100% Today Blackberry RIM Playbook 29% Google Android tablet 40% Microsoft Surface tablet 23% Amazon Kindle Fire 20%www.bileadership.com 14
    • Who owns the mobile devices? Mix of both 67% Company 33% Employees 0%www.bileadership.com 15
    • What are the biggest obstacles toyour mobile BI initiative? Data security 52% User and device management 48% Funding 48% Application development 30% Application management 19% User acceptance 15% Other 4%www.bileadership.com 16
    • Demographics BI or IT professional 66% Business sponsor or end user 11% Consultant 18% Vendor 4% Other 1% Beginner 19% Intermediate 55% Advanced 26% Large (>$1B) 53% Medium ($100M to $1B) 24% Small (<$100M) 23%www.bileadership.com 17
    • Questions?? We’re listening!www.bileadership.com 18
    • Wayne Eckerson • BI Thought Leader • Founder, BI Leadership Forum • Director of Research, TechTarget • Former director of education and research at TDWI • Author weckerson@bileadership.comwww.bileadership.com 19