Qlik’s James Fisher has a simple but important message for businesses and all organisations when it comes to the use of Business Intelligence – BI is optimised when you harness the collective human intelligence across an organisation, and the more that people use analytics the more value they get.
Australia’s Business Intelligence and Analytics market is set to reach A$700.1 million this year, up 9.11% from 2015, with CIOs ranking BI and Analytics as their top technology priority for 2016.
The use of advanced analytics and proprietary algorithms will be the new competition battleground for many organisations, causing disruption of entire industries, according to a new report from Gartner.
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