If you had an Audi R8 in your garage, you would drive it, wouldn’t you? After all, it makes no sense to invest in such a product and leave it hidden in the garage, correct? If so, then think of big data as the great, potential “engine” within your organisation that remains, well, pretty much in storage. Today, IT professionals agree that they are not doing nearly enough to maximise the use of effective analytics to unleash big data’s potential.
The reason being is that the majority of IT professionals agree that big data is vastly under-exploited, and they need effective business analytics tools to reverse this troublesome trend. While the promise of big data initiatives is commonly accepted, the organisational readiness is questionable.
Two-thirds of IT leaders say their organisation’s data is stored in disparate systems that don’t “talk” to each other.
A Business Intelligence (BI) tool that pulls information from disparate systems can bring true benefits to IT, helping elevate their importance across the organisation by providing real value to the business. Whether you could be a small IT organisation struggling to support the business under growing cost restrictions or a large IT organisation challenged with being a closer partner to the business and providing Big Data analytics, a good BI tool enables IT groups to provide faster and more intelligent analytics for the business while taking advantage of existing investments.
It’s Not Just for the Business: BI is for IT as well Not that they are under pressure to help the business utilise big data, IT are also challenged with making data-driven decisions easily and quickly, IT professionals are constantly under pressure to gain insights into their operations. Using a Business Intelligence tool, IT users can explore beyond standard operational dashboards to look into areas of concern where the answer is not immediately visible. This can facilitate root cause analysis for improved problem management without having to log into system management tools.
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