Mobility continues to be a hot adoption area in business intelligence, according to our research across analytics and line of business departments. Nearly three-quarters (71%) of organizations said their mobile workforce would be able to access BI capabilities in the next 12 months according to our next generation mobile business intelligence research. Roambi, a provider of mobile business intelligence applications, has made important strides this year after moving to deploying its products in the cloud, an event that I covered previously. Roambi is rated as one of the top providers of mobile business intelligence or what we refer to as a ‘Hot Vendor’ according to our Value Index.
Topics: Analytics, box, Business Analytics, Business Intelligence, Business Performance, Cloud Computing, Customer & Contact Center, flow, Information Applications, Mobile Business Intelligence, Roambi, Sales Performance, digital technology
Ventana Research recently completed the most comprehensive evaluation of mobile business intelligence products and vendors available anywhere today. The evaluation includes 16 technology vendors’ offerings on smartphones and tablets and use across Apple, Google Android, Microsoft Surface and RIM BlackBerry that were assessed in seven key categories: usability, manageability, reliability, capability, adaptability, vendor validation and TCO and ROI. The result is our Value Index for Mobile Business Intelligence in 2014. The analysis shows that the top supplier is MicroStrategy, which qualifies as a Hot vendor and is followed by 10 other Hot vendors: IBM, SAP, QlikTech, Information Builders, Yellowfin, Tableau Software, Roambi, SAS, Oracle and arcplan.
Topics: arcplan, Business Analytics, Business Collaboration, Business Intelligence, Business Performance, Customer & Contact Center, IBM, Information Builders, Jaspersoft, Logi Analytics, MicroStrategy, Mobile Business Intelligence, Oracle, Pentaho, Qlik, Roambi, Sales Performance, SAP, SAS, Tableau, Value Index, Workforce Performance, Yellowfin, Analytics, Big Data, Mobile
For most people involved with business intelligence (BI), these are exciting times. Using BI to improve business processes continues to motivate organizations to invest in BI. The focus on BI also empowers business analytics and can be rented in the cloud computing model of accessing software. New technologies are adding dimensions to BI and creating both excitement and confusion for enterprises implementing them. We offer a variety of accomplished research that can help organizations overcome the hype and understand how to use these technologies to improve business decision-making, and we’re planning new research in 2012 on these topics.
Topics: Business Analytics, Business Intelligence, Business Performance, Customer & Contact Center, Financial Performance, Information Management, Mobile Business Intelligence, Operational Intelligence, Operational Performance, Predictive Analytics, Sales Performance, Social Media, Supply Chain Performance, Workforce Performance, Collaboration