June 23 2015:
Recently we published our fourth annual Wisdom of Crowds Collaborative Computing and Business Intelligence Market Study.
At the highest level, collaborative support for group-based analysis remains a mid-tier BI priority in 2015, behind dashboards and data warehousing, yet ahead of topics including cloud BI, big data and social media analysis. A majority consider both collaborative BI and enterprise frameworks, at minimum, important.
Collaboration is integral to most business activities. Today, organizations have more tools and channels by which to collaborate than at any time in history. Our report documents – from traditional to contemporary – the many ways individuals share business intelligence in group collaboration. Our survey ensures users and the industry explain what they prioritize and what makes them successful. We pay special attention to collaboration features baked into BI software and the extensions and frameworks that support group projects and decision making.
The inaugural 2015 Wisdom of Crowds® Enterprise Planning market study provides an in-depth analysis of enterprise planning software, including perceived importance, adoption trends, deployment options, and current and planned industry capabilities. Enterprise Planning is defined as a system of software used to plan for the internal and external factors that affect an organization, including strategic, operational and financial planning.
Included are 96 pages of in-depth market analysis, with 65 charts and tables, and 10 vendor rankings – examining the nature of enterprise planning, exploring user sentiment and perceptions, the nature of current implementations, and plans for the future. It also includes cross-tab analysis, where relevant, to explore key differences using the collected demographics.Purchase your copy today
The Buyers’ Guide Edition of the 2015 Wisdom of Crowds ® Business Intelligence market study contains 167 pages of in-depth market analysis, with 114 charts and tables, 24 vendor rankings AND an exclusive buyers’ guide!
This buyers’ guide compares and contrasts BI vendor products across 22 feature sets and three key platforms: Traditional, Cloud and Mobile.
Also included is a new section detailing industry licensing and pricing practices for on-premises, public cloud, named user, concurrent use, perpetual licensing, subscription and annual maintenance.
This version is not available anywhere else and will be an invaluable tool for anyone considering expanding their investment in Business Intelligence solutions.Purchase your copy today