Standalone Analytics and BI are like the "Emperor's New Clothes". - NAKED and laughable.
Our insurance customers in the US, Australia, UK and rest of Europe could not achieve the optimal decision making, customer satisfaction, Combined Ratios and competitive advantage without embedded analytics.
Claims handlers, fraud investigators, supply chain teams all need real-time alerts and dashboards as part of their day-to-day enterprise solutions.
I must commend Logi Analytics for enabling that and proud to be an OEM customer.
The least you can do for your enterprise or public organisation is benchmark other options against Logi Analytics.
However, from a data standpoint, there’s a fundamental disconnect throughout the entire arc of computing – from mainframe to mobility. That disconnect is the way we’ve gotten used to modelling business data does not connect or resonate with business leaders. At first, this sounds like we’re getting into weeds, just a technical detail. In reality, if the words and pictures we use to communicate the business impact of data is the source of business/IT disconnect, this technical detail ends up infecting every aspect of an organization. If organizations can visually depict in simple diagrams how data is connected, especially the key entities and relationships and how they interact, it goes a long way to aligning business objectives with data management and application investments for ‘Run the Business’ and ‘Observe/Report on the Business’ type activities.