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New Research: Hype Cycle for Business Intelligence and Analytics

by Andrew White  |  July 29, 2016  |  2 Comments

My colleagues Kurt Schlegel, Melissa Davis and Gareth Herschel just published two more hype cycles that completes our set of Hype Cycles for Data and Analytics:

Hype Cycle for Business Intelligence and Analytics, 2016.  This Hype Cycle helps IT leaders modernize their business intelligence and analytics programs by prioritizing emerging technology investments.

Hype Cycle for Customer Analytic Applications, 2016. Improved customer experience from real-time, personalized interactions across channels and a unified customer view are top trends. This year’s Hype Cycle will help data and analytics leaders prioritize investments through the maturity, adoption rates and benefits of customer analytic applications.

The complete set now looks like this:

Enjoy!

 

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Andrew White
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