The Role of Collaboration in Business Intelligence
- ID: 2317133
- October 2012
- Region: Global
- 28 Pages
- Enterprise Management Associates
"Two heads are better than one." It may be an old saying, but it is still true today. In today's fast paced, economically challenged environment, making better decisions is not just a "nice-to-have," it is vital to the very survival of businesses. Collaborative Business Intelligence is a relatively new concept in which the two technologies of Business Intelligence (BI) and collaboration are beginning to merge in support of a new and improved decision-making environment. This research is produced in partnership with Dr. Claudia Imhoff of Intelligent Solutions Inc. and Colin White of BI Research.
Collaborative Business Intelligence Benefits
The Role of Collaboration in Decision Making
The Impact of Social Computing
Collaborative BI Architecture
Enterprise Collaboration Platform:
Purpose-Built Collaborative Decision Making Solution:
Understanding Your Users
Inhibitors to Collaborative BI
Methodology and Demographics
About Enterprise Management Associates
About Intelligent Solutions, Inc.
About BI Research
Shawn has more than 19 years of hands-on IT experience, with a focus on Internet-enabled technology. In 2004 he co-founded the BeyeNETWORK and held the position of Executive Vice President and Editorial Director. Shawn guided the company's international growth strategy and helped the BeyeNETWORK grow to 18 Web sites around the world, making it the largest and most read community covering the business intelligence, data warehousing, performance management and data integration space.
Prior to co-founding the BeyeNETWORK, Shawn was Internet Business Development Director at Thomson Media (now SourceMedia), President of Achieve Communications and a partner at DMReview magazine (now Information Management) – where he was Vice President as well as Publisher and Editorial Director of DMReview.com, a leading business intelligence and data warehousing Web site.
Shawn's passions are rooted in the online world, focusing on analytics, social media, business intelligence, enterprise 2.0, SaaS and open source. He applies his nearly two decades of experience to every client engagement.
Shawn studied fine arts and photography at Columbia College, Chicago Illinois