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Gone are the days when you needed a six-month course or a degree in IT to use a piece of software. Today’s business analytics apps are designed for the average Joe, and there’s nothing derogatory in the term.
Without a doubt, analytics permeate every aspect of contemporary business. From HR management to logistics, business processes are largely based around the actionable data. And the great thing is that most of the data collection is automated.
What software applications do you like? Why do you like them?
Chances are, you’re enamored with those that make your life easier, and those that simply work. Great apps aren’t buggy, you don’t have to wait for them to load, and above all, they don’t halt you midway through a demanding task.
In today’s world, businesses need the capacity to quickly evolve and adapt to disruptive changes in strategies and systems. This applies to small start-ups and international corporations and a predictable set of challenges the companies need to overcome.
From promising start-ups to multi-national enterprises, companies today operate in a data-driven business world. Understanding how to analyze the data and adapt according to the metrics is crucial for success.
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the shift towards Cloud infrastructure has been one of the biggest technological leaps in the past decade. However, some enterprises still remain unconvinced.