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Top Business Intelligence Trends for 2013

Live Webinar on BI Trends in the coming year
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Roman Vladimirov

on 17 December 2012

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Transcript of Top Business Intelligence Trends for 2013

Consumerization of Enterprise BI Mobile 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c 30% of analytic applications will use in-memory functions to add scale and computational speed. “Worldwide IT spending will surpass $3.7 trillion in 2013 (3.8% increase from 2012)" Tablets to rule the Ball In 2013, 33% of BI functionality will be consumed via mobile devices Smartphones are
too small Big Data Goes Mainstream in 2013 "In 2013, in-memory computing will continue to shift the balance for BI and analytics systems" About Panorama info@panorama.com


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www.panorama.com/bi-blog TOP BI Trends for 2013 In-Memory Gartner Research
(http://discover.noetix.com/2012/business-intelligence-trends-for-2013/) Velocity Variety Volume "To get ready for Big Data, you need to go beyond traditional analytics and BI tools" Context-aware BI 2013 Adoption Rate 2012 30% Unified Access and Analysis Collaborative de Facto “Analytics is no longer just the play toy
of the mathematical genius “ Recommendation System How Big is BIG DATA ? Variability 25 billion connected devices expected in the world by 2020, the volumes of data are skyrocketing So many options for Analysis The decision window is small
compared to data change rate http://tdwi.org/Articles/2012/10/02/3-Emerging-Innovations.aspx?Page=2 TDWI
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