BI helps ease the downturn pressure

BI software sales have held up well despite, or perhaps because of, the recession. The prospect of gaining better insight and working more effectively is obviously attractive for businesses that have been under pressure.

6th March, 2010

BI software sales have held up well despite, or perhaps because of, the recession. The prospect of gaining better insight and working more effectively is obviously attractive for businesses that have been under pressure.

According to figures from Gartner, the worldwide market for BI platforms, analytic applications and performance management software grew by 21.7 per cent in 2008 to $8.8 billion.

These days, cost savings will naturally rear their heads as a trigger for BI projects - and...

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