By Sudipta Choudhury - June 21, 2021 3 mins read
Most technology-centric businesses have realized that self-service business intelligence (BI) is crucial today, reveals a new study.
Business intelligence services are being prioritized by enterprises globally to streamline enterprise workflow management. The long-promoted claim of self-service business intelligence for robust analytics solutions and business tools is currently functioning, and proven.
These interesting insights came up from a recent research study by Dresner Advisory Services. The study is focused on evolving trends and end-user deployment attitudes around self-service business intelligence.
Today, Microsoft Teams, Jira, and Microsoft SharePoint are incorporated in self-service BI platforms across organization. Considerably, the governance goals of organizations drive most of the content creations, collaborations, and sharing across BI self-service ecosystem.
Together, collaborative BI and user governance can fabricate a business ecosystem where the users can readily create as well as share insights – within a managed and consistent pattern. Since 2017, self-service BI has continued as a critical business tool by all sizes of companies reveals the study.
Some of the key highlights from the study are –
The study also found that except IT, most of the business functions indicated collaboration and BI as either “critical” or “very important”. Basically, finance and operations teams mainly prioritize the search and navigate BI systems’ power shared with collaborative workflows.
Given this, Jim Ericson, Co-author of the report and the Research Director at Dresner Advisory Services explains – “Importance of collaboration and BI tends to increase with organization size, but self-service is a significant topic for all companies seeking to better leverage vast information resources and a scarcity of expertise to drive improved group-based decision making in a governed fashion.”
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