The biggest value of data visualizations is the ability to see insights in your data that you cannot see otherwise. For example, observing data changes over time allows you to gain insights on past behavior in your data and make decisions based on it.
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No two Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) are the same. Each differs in what it offers, in its size, in the talent it secures, and in its culture. However, what each ISV shares, is an innate desire and drive to create and develop exceptional products and solutions that are: A) Superior to their competition, and B) Endeared by their customers.
On their own, business intelligence solutions are geared towards providing you insight into what has already happened or is happening right now. With the addition of predictive analytics, however, you suddenly become an expert in what happens next.
Data is powerful, and can be brought to life and made even more compelling if consumers are able to understand it in the context of their business. A unique twist in how data is presented can heavily impact context, and bring about meaningful and actionable insights.
This is part two of a two part series on why companies should consider replacing Excel with a Business Intelligence platform for more effective decision making. If you’d like to read part one, click here. Part two of this series will focus on two processes: Scalability and Indifference.