Using Embedded Business Intelligence and Analytics for Near-Real-Time Decisions and Actions
Published: June 3, 2008
This report describes the evolution of and the business case for embedded business intelligence (BI) analytics, key features and functions of an embedded BI solution, and the experiences of several
companies that have implemented such solutions.
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About the Authors
Judith R. Davis
Judith R. Davis is an independent analyst and researcher with more than 30 years of experience in the business application of information technology. Her current focus is business
intelligence and related products and technologies to optimize decision-making across the enterprise. Judy has worked extensively with major vendors and end users and has authored many research
studies, white papers and articles for industry media organizations and technology providers. She may be contacted by email at email@example.com.
Colin White is the founder of BI Research and president of DataBase Associates Inc. As an analyst, educator and writer, he is well known for his in-depth knowledge of data management, information integration, and business intelligence technologies and how they can be used for building the smart and agile business. With many years of IT experience, he has consulted for dozens of companies throughout the world and is a frequent speaker at leading IT events. Colin has written numerous articles and papers on deploying new and evolving information technologies for business benefit and is a regular contributor to several leading print- and web-based industry journals. For ten years he was the conference chair of the Shared Insights Portals, Content Management, and Collaboration conference. He was also the conference director of the DB/EXPO trade show and conference.
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