The Value of Self-Service Business Intelligence

Posted by Maurice Lynch

16-Mar-2017 14:38:18

 

In this video we introduce Simon Hirst from our partner company, Ocuco, a global leader in Practice and Lab Management Systems. Simon is the BI product manager for Logix BI and here he describes the value and insights Business Intelligence brings to their customers..

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The Rise of Machine Learning in Business Intelligence

Posted by Maurice Lynch

09-Mar-2017 13:12:09

In this podcast Maurice Lynch, Nathean CEO, discusses how Business Intelligence is moving to incorporate more advanced technologies such as Machine Learning algorithms.

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Business Benefits of Partnering for Analytics & Reporting

Posted by Maurice Lynch

02-Mar-2017 10:13:26

Maurice Lynch, Nathean CEO, discusses how partnering can accelerate your organisation on its journey build a better analytics and reporting capability. Ultimately people want to be self sufficient when it comes to analytics and perhaps partnering may be the way to go...

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The Relevance of Corporate Culture in Data Analytics

Posted by Maurice Lynch

23-Feb-2017 12:45:00

In this video interview Nathean Technologies CEO, Maurice Lynch, discusses the relevance of corporate culture to the adoption of a data-driven decision making environment.

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Embedded BI or Build Your own?

Posted by Maurice Lynch

16-Feb-2017 13:29:35

In this video Nathean Technologies CEO, Maurice Lynch, discusses the benefits of choosing an embedded BI solution over going down the route of building your own.

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Dependency on Spreadsheets and Super Users is Loaded with Risk…

Posted by Maurice Lynch

09-Feb-2017 12:29:21

There are several articles on the internet telling us Microsoft Excel might be the most dangerous software on the planet.

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What’s the difference between Business Analytics and Business Intelligence?

Posted by Maurice Lynch

02-Feb-2017 14:18:47

There is a lot of terminology that gets thrown around in the world of BI (Business Intelligence), and it’s easy to get lost in interpretation.

 

Bottom-line, there are two things worth differentiating:

  • The business aspect of BI — the need to get the most value out of information. This need hasn’t really changed in over fifty years
  • The IT aspect of BI — what technology is used to help provide the business need. This obviously does change over time.
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