Mobile business intelligence is poised to skyrocket in 2012 and beyond. With up to 80 percent of users expected to access BI exclusively on their mobile device within two years, mobile BI has become a critical part of many businesses’ IT strategy. As the desire for mobile BI grows, businesses are jumping rapidly into the pool — in some cases, without fully forming a long-term strategy or managing users’ expectations, which can lead to low adoption rates or ultimately project failure.
Businesses should avoid the following pitfalls as they dive into mobile BI deployments, according to global BI vendor arcplan.
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