In all businesses, it is important to strategically change and adapt with technology. What at first will delight your customers will soon become the baseline expectation.
A successful BI project is a mountain to climb for even the most experienced managers. Many can attempt the climb, yet few get to see the view from the summit in their lifetime. In fact so few succeed that. SAP BW Consulting reports that more than 70% of businesses worldwide fail to see results from their business intelligence projects.
It seems that a new technology fad is entering the market every week. No industry is immune to it, but in technology and manufacturing spheres, the novelty and excitement quickly gives way to fatigue, disappointment and cynicism when the technology that has promised so much delivers so little.
Gartner research is indicating that 10-15% of organisations will take advantage of BIG Data to improve their operational performance. As a result, these businesses are predicted to outperform their competitors by an incredible 20% across all major financial metrics.
Here we explain why…
There are many misconceptions rattling around the world. Even years after being disproved, they cling on, eager to mildly embarrass a whole new generation attending trivia nights and dinner parties.
Business Intelligence projects aren’t a picnic in a park. Rather they are like trying to have a picnic on a minefield.