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Posted by Peder Enhorning

February 4, 2015

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Top 7 Tips for Dashboard Visualization

Dashboards have become strategic tools for delivering decision making information. And ideally, those dashboards are automatically updated to reflect daily, weekly or monthly trends. Furthermore, much of the information should be KPI based. If properly constructed, the KPIs should immediately inform how things are trending and what action is needed. To properly deliver on these […]

Posted by Karen

November 24, 2014

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Tableau Seminar in Toronto – a Great Success!

I would like to extend a thank you to everyone who attended our Tableau Data Visualization & Dashboard Seminar last week in Toronto! With record attendance, you helped to make it our best seminar ever! Held at downtown Toronto’s St. Andrews Club and Conference Centre, the seminar drew 106 people. I believe the increase in […]

Posted by Karen

October 6, 2014

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Top 2014 Business Intelligence Buyer Trends

The ever escalating hype on “business intelligence”, “analytics” and “big data” has made it very difficult to uncover the information that is truly valuable and useful. I recently came across a survey that provides what I consider to be pragmatic information if you are looking to upgrade, supplement or replace your Business Intelligence software, or purchase it for the first time.

Posted by Karen

August 25, 2014

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7 Pivotal Business Intelligence Trends in 2014

The ability to mobilize BI data – to deliver real-time information via smart phones and tablets – will likely be the most significant contributor to improved BI adoption in 2014. Although the adoption rate for mobile BI is still relatively low, the rate is growing faster for mobile than for other technologies and has not nearly reached full potential. Gartner predicts that by 2015 mobile devices will be exclusively relied upon for insight delivery by over 50 percent of mobile BI users and will grow overall BI users by 20 percent.1 This is not really surprising considering that mobile BI provides significant benefits including:

Posted by Karen

July 11, 2014

09:14

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We’re Pumped about Tableau 8.2

As a premier Tableau partner we’re really excited about the recent launch of Tableau 8.2. If you haven’t already explored the many new capabilities across the Tableau product line, it’s definitely worthwhile! Here are some highlights:

Posted by Karen

March 11, 2014

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Savvy Digital Marketers at DX3 2014

By all accounts, DX3 Canada 2014 held in Toronto on March 5 & 6 was a resounding success! Hailed as Canada’s largest digital marketing, advertising and retail event, this year’s event brought together some of the brightest thought leaders who inspired, connected and activated more than 4,000 attendees over two days. Attendees left with the knowledge, skills and passion to take their digital business to the next level.

Posted by Karen

January 24, 2014

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“Big Data” is NOT Just for Very Big Firms

The new “gold” of the information age, data is arguably the most important natural resource of this century, and organizations Big-data-small-business-300x298of all sizes are challenged to optimize data to drive business. Business instincts and intuition are being augmented and increasingly replaced by data analysis as the drivers of success. Small – midsize businesses will never gain the edge they need without accessing and analyzing “Big Data”.

Posted by Peder Enhorning

January 16, 2014

10:12

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7 Business Intelligence Requirements for IT

Business users and organizations need the ability to quickly analyze their data to identify issues, causes, and opportunities for improvement. Once these analyses are identified, they need to be frequently monitored and distributed to others.

Traditional Business Intelligence just takes too long

With traditional business intelligence (BI), creating and maintaining effective analyses can take months to define and develop, and require expensive resources to maintain. And by the time they are created, the business situation will have likely evolved, potentially doing harm to the business and its customers.

Posted by Karen

December 17, 2013

10:14

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Data Marketing Challenges & Opportunities

We recently exhibited and presented at North America’s first DATA MARKETING Conference, held December 9 & 10, 2013 in Toronto. The conference provided a great opportunity to meet business leaders, network and exchange ideas on data-driven marketing. Our feedback revealed that attendees found the topics and discussions to be relevant, thought provoking and inspiring. Peder […]

Posted by Peder Enhorning

November 29, 2013

10:20

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Don’t Visualize What You Can’t See!

“Just find me something interesting about our data” is a request we often get. At which time, a smart data analyst should cringe. Collected data needs to be mined and evaluated before it will offer any value. And questions need to be properly framed to extract the right answers. Data is being collected in multiple […]


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