It’s no secret - getting the right information to your business leaders at the right time can be a game changer for any company. Yet decades-old analytics technology has come up short on its promise to help BI teams to deliver faster insights to business users.
The successful BI leaders of the future will be those that empower every employee with instant answers to any business question. In this book, we present five common “BI villains" that plague companies -
Learn how your BI team can help everyone in your company answer their own data questions - instantly - with search-driven analytics.
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Easy for Everyone
Anyone can use the power and simplicity of search to analyze their data 1000x faster.
Reduced Reporting Backlog
Eliminate 90% of your reporting backlog by giving every business person the power to answer their own questions.
Speed at Scale
Calculates answers on the fly in-memory across billions of rows of data.
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Answers both known and unknown questions
Lightning fast answers on 10s of billions of rows