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Self-service analytics is helping information workers everywhere identify new insights that improve their businesses. In the past two or three years, we’re seeing an increasing number of Tableau users coming from Asia and the Pacific regions.
How are decision-makers in these regions using self-service analytics? How is the adoption of this new technology impacting organization’s performance and culture?
To get the answers, we commissioned IDC – an industry research firm - to survey business intelligence and analytics users located in Japan, Australia, India and Singapore.
IDC found that organizations with a strong analytics culture supported by upper management see significant improvements to organizational performance. When managers are more involved in promoting the use of analytics, the users report:
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Aided by self-service analytics, agile decision making in the line of business enables organizations to identify opportunities and risks as conditions warrant to improve business performance. It is not always an easy task, but the organizational benefits, both quantitative and qualitative, make giving users more control over their own analytics fate worth the effort.
We found users in Asia/Pacific (AP) often do not have access to the analytics they need to perform better in their roles.
But a segment of organizations are addressing this shortcoming and outperforming their peers. These organizations foster a management-driven culture of decision making supported by analytics. This leads to more satisfied analytics users and improved benefits. Organizations that better meet the needs of business users for ad hoc analysis, for example, are twice as likely to outperform organizations that underserve these needs.
Organizations seeking to maximize benefits through pervasive analytics should consider the following:
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