Delivering High Value Analytics

Within the last decade, the public view of data has undergone a transformation. The outdated association of secluded employees hunched over a computer, scrolling through rows of mind-numbing numbers in Excel spreadsheets, has been replaced with high-priced answers delivered by a recent doctoral grad derived from beautifully written complex code in convoluted software.

Empowering stakeholders to play a role is challenging. The modern business intelligence and data analytics industry is filled with complex buzzwords, software options, and sensitive language syntax, often leading to unhappy customers and lack of return on investment for data-driven initiatives.

Download this resource to learn how organizations eager to derive data insights can hook skeptical end users and deliver high value solutions.

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Delivering High Value Analytics

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White Papers

Modernization Time: What Will Your Transition Strategy Be?

Most higher education institutions are operating finance, human resources, and student systems that are nearing 20 years old if not older. With legacy applications patched together as is typical in most colleges and universities, leaders recognize the challenge in keeping...

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Case Studies

Streamlined ERP System Selection for LCMC Health

LCMC Health was running multiple, disconnected instances of its legacy on-premise ERP system across five hospitals, plus a newly acquired hospital on an entirely different system. Limited visibility across the health system and gaps in functionality led to a patchwork...

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WEBINARS

Visualize Public Data, Drive Insights with Tableau

Who should watch this webinar: Anyone in the public sector seeking to be more data-driven and efficient. Attendees will learn how a state government used Tableau to develop a fuller picture for economic indicators using data ingested from public sources, including...

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Within the last decade, the public view of data has undergone a transformation. The outdated association of secluded employees hunched over a computer, scrolling through rows of mind-numbing numbers in Excel spreadsheets, has been replaced with high-priced answers delivered by a recent doctoral grad derived from beautifully written complex code in convoluted software.

Empowering stakeholders to play a role is challenging. The modern business intelligence and data analytics industry is filled with complex buzzwords, software options, and sensitive language syntax, often leading to unhappy customers and lack of return on investment for data-driven initiatives.

Download this resource to learn how organizations eager to derive data insights can hook skeptical end users and deliver high value solutions.