3Az üzleti intelligencia fejlődése Vállalati BIÖnkiszolgáló BIAnalysisReportsDashboards & ScorecardsVégfelhasználókTáblázatokSpecializált eszközökAnalysisCubesData Warehouse?Key Point: Tell the story of how BI has evolved over the past 10 years and highlight the key challenges IT faces with BI tools and deployment today.Talking Points:If you think about the evolution of BI over the past 10 years, it started out fairly simply with IT primarily aiming to (click)Consolidate and connect to existing data sourcesStage that data for reporting and analysis(click)And then provision it out via reports, dashboards or cubes to users (click)However, today the line between producers and consumers is being blurred, end users in addition to the IT are creating BI content; today users expect to be able to do their own analysis and create their own reports. The two most common ways for end users to do this has been to use Excel spreadsheets and a wide array of specialized tools for analysis and reporting. (click)In creating their own BI solutions, end users have effectively found ways to get data directly from various data sources and by-passed the formal IT solutions, making it challenging for IT to control, monitor and manage these BI solutions being used within organizations. (click)Transition:So how do you balance the need for end users to have agility and access to information to building BI solutions while continuing to maintain control and governance of the data?LOB ApplicationsData MartsFilesIT ProA végfelhasználóknak agilitásra van szükséges, az üzleti igények nehezen követhetőek.Az önkiszolgáló BI folyamatosan ledönti a korlátokat.Az IT folyamatosan kapja a felhasználói igényeket…Jelentések, dashboard-ok publikálása az üzleti igényeinek megfelelően.Meglevő adatok felhasználása, tisztítása, tárolása…Hogyan legyen egyensúly a felügyelet és az agilitás között?
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