The Intelligent Enterprise represents the ultimate data-driven organisation. It injects data at the heart of its business and inspires an information-first culture. It fuels every person, device, and application with on-the-fly insights, predictions, and recommendations for smarter everyday decisions. It celebrates data, understands its customers, and provides products and services tailored to their personalised needs. In a world where departmental silos of information don’t cut it anymore, the Intelligent Enterprise goes well beyond traditional analytics and basic data discovery, elevating knowledge across the workforce.
Recently, I spoke in the Keynote Theatre at Big Data LDN about the Intelligent Enterprise, which represents the ultimate data-driven organisation. The Intelligent Enterprise goes beyond traditional analytics and basic data discovery, elevating knowledge across the workforce.
However, the journey to becoming truly data-driven doesn’t happen overnight. What are the critical capabilities required to become an Intelligent Enterprise?
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Article by Rob Davis, Microstrategy
Rob Davis is Vice President of Product Management, International for MicroStrategy. He has over 17 years of experience in the data and Business Intelligence industries and has held senior product management, development, consulting, support, and customer success positions at Business Objects, SAP, and Tableau. Rob is passionate about helping organisations glean value from their data while helping people to overcome their natural fear of using data effectively in their day to day jobs. Rob holds a Ph.D. in Elementary Particle Physics from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.