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Overcoming BI Obstacles After a Global Pandemic

Overview

Based on Dresner Advisory Services' findings from their 2020 COVID-19 Impact Survey, 62% of businesses say self-service BI is essential in 2020. The results reflect respondents' firm belief that data-driven decision-making is a must-have for their businesses to survive and eventually grow again.

The effective use of self-service BI relieves business analyst teams, allowing them to take on more complex tasks (pricing, product mix, and supply chain modeling), which are all essential for surviving in a turbulent economy.

However, as analytics tools become increasingly easy to use, without the right organizational changes and the right resources, self-service initiatives often overwhelm users.

In this guide, we discuss how self-service BI allows businesses to be more collaborative, to visualize, analyze, and communicate the fundamental data to their role.

We discuss self-service BI adoption obstacles and offer several insights on ways to overcome common adoption challenges. 

Authors:

Bhupesh Malhotra, Product Manager for Wyn Enterprise, and Dan Columbus, Director of Enterprise Sales at Wyn Enterprise 

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