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Visualize Data Quickly and Easily with Self-Service Analytics Infographic


Published on - What if your organization could boost the analytical skills of its entire staff – whether they work in sales, operations, finance or HR – to help them make better decisions faster? Take a look at this infographic from Aberdeen and learn how a visual discovery solution can liberate business managers and transform their decision-making by ensuring they have access to the right information at the right time.

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Visualize Data Quickly and Easily with Self-Service Analytics Infographic

  1. 1. CRACKING THE CODE BEHIND FAST BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE As information demand and data volume continue to grow, organizations are faced with the challenge of analyzing and disseminating that information in a timely manner. That’s why Best-in-Class companies already are adopting visual discovery over traditional Business Intelligence (BI), resulting in responsive, self-service analytics. 52% Need agility because of AS THE DECISION-MAKING information demand WINDOW SHRINKS, AGILITY IS THE KEY It comes down to getting the right information to the right people at the right time. We surveyed hundreds of organizations to identify Best-in-Class, industry average and laggards in information agility. This is based on their ability to find information needed in the time required, the average elapsed time to add a column to an existing report, and time to create a new dashboard. 38% Need agility because of data volume Trad ition It’s p r ima ri al BI and d e li v l y c o nt r o Of te e re d l l e d, n, by dr data only sta corpora iven a re a ti c v i te IT. cha n v ew ges ailable, a s of mu s or e n nd a t be h n mad a nce me y e by nt s IT. EXPOSING THE covery TRADITIONAL BI TIMELINE Visual Dis e BI) iv (Interact ea eiv users rec Business tive and ly interac rich, high owing rface, all v isual inte te and manipula directly. them to n formatio explore in Time (Days), n=237 Days to add 8 column to report 30 Days to build a new dashboard IN BENEF VESTIGATIN ITS OF G INTER THE ACTIV HOW In teract E BI C ANAL OMPANIE ivity a Y ZIN for eve llows for 65 50% G TH E S A RE r y IT m % mo IR DA e mbe re BI u TA r This c opy is se r s 40% 44 hidde n und 30% e r ne a th bla ck ba r Best-in likely t - Class c omp 20% 24 o tu r n anies data in a re t w 10% This is to det ailed in ice as forma 17 mo re tion 0% copy h idden Twice unde r black a s ma ny Be ba r Visua c omp anies st-in- C l/ Inter have in lass Both active th a n L ag ga r teract Tradi BI ds ive da Visua tiona s hb oa l and rds l/Inte Tradi ractiv tiona e BI l BI Time (D ays), n =237 CAN TAILOR BUSINES S USERS WHO Y TO WORK BI A RE MORE LIKE COMPANY FOR A B EST-IN-CL ASS 60% 28% EMPOWE 65% 22% Best-in-Class Laggard RING ALLOW DATA MASH-UP THE INDI THROUG VIDUALBest-in-Class Laggard TAILOR DASHBOARDS H INTERA CTIVIT Y 47% Percentage of 35% self-service users 31% Visual/Interactive BI Both Traditional and Visual/Interactive BI 30% Traditional BI Percentage of 23% power users 16% n=233 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% A CLOSER LOOK AT THE BEST IN CLASS 100% Best-in-Class companies, already using the most agile and responsive analytic solutions, are more likely to use dashboards, 90% 95 in-memory analytics and visual data discovery tools. 80% 70% 75 60% Respondents 50% 55Best-in-Class 47 40% 53 41Industry Average 30% 33 n=199 20%Laggards 29 10% 19 0% Dashboards In-memory analytics Visual data discovery tools IGHT ss GETTING THE R in-Cla Best- ers E th TOOLS INTO TH All O RIGHT HANDS ations aren’t 37% 20% Best-in-Class organiz e interactive 60% 34% just more likely to us with BI users scovery re likely to visual data di tools, they’re also mo B u interaItivsers with ughly 50% c e das distribute them. Ro hboards board have of BI users across the ditional BI, access to static, tra ost twice repor ting. However, alm as many BI users ha ve access 55% 49% to intera ctive dashboards or ry tools at BI users with visual data discove managed reporting anies. Best-in-Class comp THE FINDINGS The reports are clear: Interactive BI allows for agility in the face of decreasing business response time. Forty-four percent of the organizations that use just interactive BI tools are always able to provide business managers with the information they need, in the timeframe required. This holds true for just 17 percent of the organizations that rely solely on traditional BI. Companies that have complemented their traditional BI solutions with the interactive approach are almost 50 percent more likely to consistently meet the needs of business managers than those that rely solely on traditional BI solutions. A highly visual approach to BI can liberate business managers and transform their decision-making by ensuring they have access to the right information at the right time. it SAP at ormation on BI , vis For more inf datavisualization. / Data provided by ©2012 Aberdeen Group.