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TDWI Upside - Where Data Means Business

Contributer: Dave Stodder


David Stodder is director of TDWI Research for business intelligence. He focuses on providing research-based insights and best practices for organizations implementing BI, analytics, data discovery, data visualization, performance management, and related technologies and methods. Stodder has provided thought leadership about BI, analytics, information management, and IT management for over two decades. Previously, he headed his own independent firm and served as vice president and research director with Ventana Research. He was chief founding editor of Intelligent Enterprise and served as editorial director for nine years.

  


All articles by Dave Stodder


Reshaping Data Management for a Hybrid, Multicloud World

Three trends that were at the forefront of both the Cloudera Analysts conference and Strata Data.

Making Analytics the Catalyst for Change

How managing change will help self-service analytics deliver value faster.

Eyes on the Data: The Growing Importance of the CDO

Interesting and insightful perspectives on the evolution of the role and responsibilities of the chief data officer as shared at an IBM conference.

Putting Analytics and AI in Context for Better Outcomes

How do organizations really gain value from analytics? Deliver results and drive change at your enterprise using these experts' advice.

Ease of Use Meets AI: BI and Business Analytics Trends in 2019

TDWI analyst David Stodder looks at the major trends of the year and offers 3 BI trends worth watching in 2019.

Data Warehousing Makes a Comeback

Data warehousing is not dead, but it is changing as new technologies, including Hadoop and cloud platforms, have an impact.

Data Cataloging Comes of Age

Organizations can take advantage of the latest data cataloging technology to bring users closer to a complete view of information.

Where to Focus to Deliver Analytics Value

TDWI research finds most organizations want BI, analytics, and the underlying data management infrastructure to address these five areas.

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