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Eckerson Unveils the Biggest Benefit of Multi-Tenant Cloud BI Solutions

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Eckerson Unveils the Biggest Benefit of Multi-Tenant Cloud BI Solutions

Most of us are familiar with the benefits of moving business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing environments to the cloud: speeding deployments, avoiding capital expenditures on hardware infrastructure, simplifying software upgrades, and minimizing the need for IT involvement.

In a new white paper, my colleague Wayne Eckerson, founder and principal consultant of Eckerson Group, reveals the most impactful benefit of cloud BI solutions: the ability to cascade virtual BI deployments to internal and external networks of organizations and users. As Wayne puts it,

Externally, these networks make it possible for organizations to enrich customer, partner, and supplier relationships by supplying complete, interactive and self-service BI environments rather than static PDF reports or data dumps typical of current extranet reporting solutions. These data monetization networks will enable organizations to improve customer service and stickiness, increase revenue or generate new revenue streams, and fully monetize their data assets.

Cloud deployments allow companies to create unique BI instances for each business unit, division, or department, each of which can generate a new BI instance for each of its internal groups (if permitted). Separate BI environments can also be created for each member of its external network, including customers, suppliers, and partners.

Eckerson’s white paper goes on to explore tangential benefits of BI cascading, including

  • Balancing centralized governance with local flexibility
  • Increasing customer satisfaction and the value of existing products and services
  • Generating entirely new revenue streams

To learn more, download a complimentary copy of the white paper Data Monetization Networks: The Real Value of Multi-Tenant Business Intelligence

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