As many of you know, I grew up as a BI and Data warehousing guy – I have implemented BI for a lot of users across the world . I have collected requirements from shipping clerks as well as CXOs , and in at least a dozen different languages. I have spent countless hours thinkingContinue reading “I have a whole new appreciation of Business Intelligence now”
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The cost of precision in BI
What percentage of decisions need precise data right upfront ? My guess is less than 10% or even lower . A big decision for an average person is purchasing a home . Having gone through that exercise in two countries – and knowing many people who have done this before and after me , IContinue reading “The cost of precision in BI”
Big Data Solutions – Do Questions Matter ?
I have Ray Wang to thank for this post. Off late, I have a serious problem of writers block. I just cant find a topic interesting enough to write about, and consequently have become a ratherirregular blogger – at least compared to last year. Any way – back to the topic of this post. RayContinue reading “Big Data Solutions – Do Questions Matter ?”