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From Mobile Business Intelligence to Synchronized Execution: So you can take it with you after all!

January 31, 2012

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“Gartner expects that 33 percent of BI functionality will be consumed via mobile devices by 2013.” from the June 29th, 2011 article “Business Intelligence and Mobile Devices Will Change Supply Chain Management” by Herman Mehling One of the first things that comes to mind when I hear the term mobile Business Intelligence or “BI” are […]

Can Business Intelligence Save Your Job?!

November 10, 2011

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NOTE: The following post was originally posted in the new SpendShifts Blog. In May, the vice chief of the defence staff, Vice-Admiral Bruce Donaldson, noted in an internal report that 2,100 public service civilian jobs would be eliminated over the next three years with more “adjustments” to follow. A recent report by Lt.-Gen. Andrew Leslie […]

Accessibility to Intelligence and the Power to Act (Technological Profile)

January 8, 2010

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As indicated in my November 24th post, when I came across the Binary Fountain organization as a result of our mutual familiarity with the Commonwealth of Virginia, my initial thought was to view their offering through the lens of quantifying results. Specifically, by providing timely access to near real-time intelligence, their clients would be able […]

Accessibility to Intelligence and the Power to Act (Binary Fountain)

November 24, 2009

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When I came across the Binary Fountain organization as a result of our mutual familiarity with the Commonwealth of Virginia, my initial thought was to view their offering through the lens of quantifying results.  Specifically, by providing timely access to near real-time intelligence, their clients would be able to measure the success of a program […]

Collaborative Facilitation and Business Intelligence: As Much Sociology as it is Technology

September 19, 2009

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Sociology is the study of human societies. It is a branch of social sciencesynonymous) that uses various methods of empirical investigation[1][2]critical analysis[3] to develop and refine a body of knowledge about human social structure and activity, often with the goal of applying such knowledge to the pursuit of social welfare. Its subject matter ranges from […]

Beyond But Not Above Technology: Business Intelligence the Viador Way

August 31, 2009

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No doubt you have noted that I have recently been spending a fair amount of my time discussing the importance of Business Intelligence (BI) to an organization in terms of driving best practice or value decision-making on a real-time, real-world basis. While it is easy to fall into the trap of dismissing BI as semantically-based […]