Mobile BI is probably the most underestimated field of Business Intelligence. Companies keep seeing it as just another channel to deliver historical data when it actually has the potential to improve processes and deliver great business outcomes. (more…)
When you use your smartphone to look for a restaurant nearby or compare prices while shopping those are micro-moments: a search for information with a highly specified intent and that requires an immediate answer. Normally you would use Google, but what happens if you need business answers right away? (more…)
Why are major BI vendors adopting Natural Language technology? Why are Natural Language BI startups gathering so much attention and investment? The answer is simple: Natural Language is the future of BI. It has gone beyond being a cool extra feature to be the perfect solution for three critical issues on the BI industry: unstructured data, user adoption and mobile.
Gartner predicted that in 2015 over 50% of Mobile BI users would rely exclusively on mobile devices to get business insights. It also states that Mobile BI would increase BI users by 20% this year.
So it’s fair to say that Mobile Business Intelligence is here for good and things are going to be different now. It will significantly change the way we work and will make us lose a few things like these: