We all talk of Business Intelligence and Business Analytics now a days.
So the business can make better decisions.
However, all the talk I hear is from the vendors perspective, or the analysts perspective or the consultant's perspective or the CEO's perspective.
I haven't heard much from the actual decision makers.
Why is that?
What improvements would they like to see?
How can they get more accurate data faster?
What are their goals at the end of the day?
Are things moving in the right direction?
Have they already by-passed IT?
Do they really want IT's help?
Is IT forcing a solution on them as to remain in the game?
Is the Business Divorcing IT?
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