How business intelligence can help non-techies use data analytics

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The world of intelligence (BI) is evolving. Big data is now moving from the sole care of data scientists and becoming accessible to employees throughout organizations. The mystique surrounding data analytics is falling away, with tools designed to let non-technically-minded people understand metrics. Information that supports good business decisions is just a click away. In short, BI is becoming available to everyone. “Data democratization is about creating an environment where every person who can use data to make better decisions, has access to the data they need when they need it,” says Amir Orad. CEO of BI software company…This story continues at The Next Web

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