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Achieving self-service analytics requires tight collaboration between business users and their technical counterparts. Data sources, interfaces, business rules and governance guard rails must be designed to accommodate particular topical domains, and levels of expertise. The process of creating such customized solutions tends to result in very productive collaboration, not just across the IT-business boundary, but also between and among business users and IT professionals alike.
This webcast summary from the One-on-One Webcast series, features Wayne Eckerson of TechTarget and Kevin Sonsky, Director of Business Intelligence at Citrix Systems. Review the major talking points each makes as they tackle the issue of balancing today's self-service business intelligence tools with legacy enterprise reporting and data standards.
This paper details the 5 key lessons learned by Citrix throughout their business intelligence journey:
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