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Developing a Business Analytics Roadmap

White Paper Published By: StatSlice
Published:  Mar 27, 2013
Type:  White Paper
Length:  14 pages

Over the last few years IT industry analysts have pointed out that business intelligence is at or near the top of priority lists for many CIOs.  Executives want it because they believe it will have a positive impact on business results.

The concept of business analytics as a component of business intelligence has recently come front and center.  Technology and constantly improving people skills have resulted in many categories of business analytics that are changing the way businesses look at critical performance indicators in their company. 

No matter how you personally view it, there needs to be business and technology strategies in place to help govern, assess, and build successful business analytics roadmaps.  If you are not sure how to proceed, you are not alone.  It is not an easy task to design and implement a successful analytics-driven enterprise.  Creating a well thought-out roadmap to bridge the gap between information and analytics can be daunting.  The challenge lies in accessing your data and turning it into a tool for competitive advantage.  The purpose of this white paper is to assist you in accomplishing this goal by providing valuable insight on:

  • The benefits of business analytics
  • Categories and types of business analytics
  • Performing an analytics readiness assessment of the current state of your organization--including technology, business, and data
  • Building a transformational roadmap with recommendations and a plan to get you to your desired objectives

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business analytics, roadmap, business intelligence, analytics strategy, business intelligence strategy, assessment, competitive advantage, business analytics roadmap, white paper, dataversity, statslice, analytical applications

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