Business Intelligence & Analytics: The Potential to Drive Twitter’s Revenue

Business intelligence can sometimes be viewed as a solution for large companies.  The truth is, business intelligence can and does help companies of all...

Business Intelligence & Analytics: The Potential to Drive Twitter’s Revenue

Business intelligence can sometimes be viewed as a solution for large companies.  The truth is, business intelligence can and does help companies of all...

Is Your Competitor Using Business Intelligence Against You?

They might be.  In fact, according to analyst Boris Evelson of Forrester Research, business intelligence is “front and center of everyone’s agenda.” Evelson states that...

Business Intelligence Can Help Pharmaceuticals Manage Industry Issues

Research firm Research and Markets examined the US pharmaceutical and biotech industry macroeconomic challenges and industry issues in the firm’s report, “The US Pharmaceutical...

Government Financial Regulation and BI – Watch This Space

There was a very interesting post last month on RiskCenter regarding acceptance of potential government oversight and regulation for companies and financial institutions. The...

Energy Savings You Can See Thanks to Smart Grid’s Use of Business Intelligence Tools

Most people don’t know how much electricity they use until the bill arrives. But that one-way transaction will be changing thanks to the Smart...

Energy Savings You Can See Thanks to Smart Grid's Use of Business Intelligence Tools

Most people don’t know how much electricity they use until the bill arrives. But that one-way transaction will be changing thanks to the Smart...

Business Intelligence Trends: An Interview with BeyeNETWORK’s Shawn Rogers

We recently spoke with BeyeNETWORK’s Shawn Rogers. Shawn Rogers, the co-founder and editorial director of BeyeNETWORK, has more than 19 years hands-on IT experience with...

Quantitative Analytics and Modeling in a Post-Crisis Era

It is my firm opinion that adding more 'models' to the mix is not the appropriate response to reduce the risk of future meltdowns. The root of the issue was not that models used for valuing securities and assessing risk are inaccurate or incomplete. The issue is that the users of the models failed to ask the right questions and did not understand the answers to the questions they did ask fully as they should.

Top Five Unconventional Uses of Business Intelligence Software

What if there was a way for you to easily determine where your child should go to college?   Which streets get more parking tickets? ...