Business Intelligence

Birthing a modern data culture
A modern data culture takes into consideration today’s business concerns, its landscape and trends, writes Dr Dzaharudin Mansor of Microsoft Malaysia.
2016: What’s next for business intelligence?
2016 paints a new picture and here are the top six trends for the BI industry in the coming year, according to James Richardson of Qlik.
Top 10 BI trends for 2016
In 2016, data will increasingly stand at the core of decision making, not just for businesses, but also for the community at large, writes JY Pook of Tableau Software.
Ematic gets US$1mil+ to make email marketing smarter
Ematic Solutions raises US$1.07mil seed funding to further tap the email marketing segment and make it ‘smarter.’
Business leaders still prefer ‘gut feel’ over hard data: Survey
When it comes to big decisions, business chiefs still follow their hearts rather than their heads, according to a new global study from KPMG and ACCA.
The cloud essential for a self-service culture
Tableau’s JY Pook discusses some recent trends on the cloud and what is really driving the dynamic shift towards self-service analytics.
Malaysian and Singaporean companies in broad ICT partnership
Singapore-based New Silkroutes Group’s technology arm Digiland Pte Ltd has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Malaysia-based telecoms firm NTT MSC Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan’s NTT Communications Corp.
Best practices for visual analytics
How can companies effectively tap on visual analytics? What are the best practices to adopt when using visual analytics? Tableau’s JY Pook shares some tips and tricks on how to bring your data visualisations from ‘good’ to ‘great.’
Unified BI player Jedox enters Asia, fires salvo at rivals
German unified business intelligence (BI) solutions provider Jedox AG has established its first physical presence in Asia with the launch of its Singapore office, and couldn’t resist a jab or two at its rivals.
Making Asia’s embedded analytics and BI space ‘Qlik’
Qlik Technologies wants to give users the intuitive capability to make sense of data and share it, and has big plans for Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
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