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Howard Dresner
Chief Research Officer -Dresner Advisory Services, covering all things Business Intelligence & analytics. Author, Gartner Research Fellow
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chrisvonsimson 18h
this week will be on the of : we will lead with raw , and then delve into , and sources of (and cost reduction). Friday at 1pm EST. (See you there )
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Howard Dresner Dec 2
Dresner Advisory Services Publishes 2019 Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study
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Howard Dresner Dec 2
Dresner Advisory Services Publishes 2019 Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study
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Barry Mostert ☁ Nov 22
Great insights again from the chat this morning. Thanks
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CAG Nov 22
A recent study from Dresner Advisory outlines how IoT is contributing to business intelligence across various industries.
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
My thanks to our friends for joining today's chat! See you all in two weeks! And, a to our US friends!
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @PhantorGorth
Good question. In most cases I think it would be a different vendor.
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Before we part for today I want to let everyone know that we'll be taking a break for US next week. Our next chat will be on December 6th.
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
So, that means that all of these new sales that upstart vendors are reporting are coming, predominately, from new (greenfield) opportunities- thereby furthering penetration and market expansion
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
And, although there is a replacement market, it's relatively small - with most organizations preferring to stick with an existing vendor
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
3) Ambition to expand usage is extremely high - including external users (e.g., customers)
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
2) user penetration is still rather slight - even after all these years
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
To try and net things out: 1) market is growing as are budgets for
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @Oracle_Barry
Thanks Barry! And, welcome!
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @howarddresner
Turns out that most organizations are success with . Successful organizations that did not replace their tool = 83%, successful organizations that did replace their tool = 86%
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Just did a quick analysis of our data and it turns out that success with doesn't improve appreciably by changing out the tool
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @dennishafley
Yes, I've seen that before. Rip and replace is very disruptive and costly - due to lost productivity and lack of skills
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @howarddresner
Also, interesting to note that those who replaced another tool have lower penetration of users than those with well established tools
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @howarddresner
Interestingly, cost is not an overriding factor in switching
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Howard Dresner Nov 22
Replying to @howarddresner
Anecdotally, there are other important reasons to switch - most notably unstable or "buggy" software
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