It’s one thing to surface incredible insights within a small group of data scientists. But how do you get those insights into the hands of the business so that users can make better decisions? Data science is about revealing unknowns in data, predicting what’s going to happen in the future, and prescribing actions. Reporting is about centralized, governed distribution of
Data Virtualization has taken the data integration space by storm. According to Gartner Research, “By 2020, organizations utilizing data virtualization as a data delivery style will spend 45% less than those who do not on building and managing data integration processes for connecting distributed data assets.” 1
Reporting is nothing new. But modern reporting practices continue to be paramount to
The cloud has introduced a lot of good into the world of software development and delivery. Services and resources are more accessible to users than ever. It’s much faster and easier to deploy new features, fix bugs, and ship new code. Pricing is based on consumption, not arbitrary annual license agreements.
How does reporting and information delivery fit into these