Top Five Business Intelligence Predictions for 2012 - Slide 2

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Historically, IT has been in charge of creating analytic applications, reports and dashboards for people to use, but this process has been slow to address the rapidly changing needs of businesses, and a new paradigm is beginning to emerge – with analytical power and ownership shifting more to the business and away from IT. In the New Year, we’ll see an uptick in this shift, as IT groups recognize that they need to collaborate more with the business or risk getting left behind. In this same vein, the defined role of IT is changing from a mission of guarding the data to one of preparing the data for actionable business decisions. In 2012, this trend will continue and accelerate.

‘Tis the season for 2012 predictions and MDS Lavastorm Analytics is putting their stake in the ground. The company predicts a shift in the driver for analytics, moving from the current grip of the IT department over to the business itself. Opening up ownership of both the information and the process will provide organizations with added opportunities for growth, as different viewpoints and requirements inform data-discovery.

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