For what seems like decades now, business intelligence (BI) has been proclaimed as the “next big technology” for enterprises. However, due to a variety of factors that include the high degree of specialization needed to use many BI tools and the cost of these solutions, it has yet to reach the high adoption levels that many have long expected.
Things may finally be starting to change, though. Karl Van den Bergh, vice president of Product and Alliances for Jaspersoft, joins us to look at the current state of BI, how embedded analytics are driving a renaissance for the industry and to provide a few real-world examples of embedded analytics in action.
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