What is Push Intelligence?
Push Intelligence helps you move beyond dashboards and reports and deliver on the promise of Business Intelligence (BI). It weeds out redundant and irrelevant information to deliver timely, relevant insights when and where you need them. Push intelligence enables you to focus on what’s most important, then collaborate with others to act on what needs to be fixed.
Why Push Intelligence is important
If you’re like most business analysts, you’re finding yourself getting pulled under the avalanche of data, striving to find what’s important, throwing money needlessly at what you believe to be the solution. Spending is expected to top $17 billion this year for BI software, and to what avail?
Dashboards, reports and spreadsheets were reliable twenty years ago, but now they just offer a false sense of security. Too much data is pouring out of too many sources. It has become easy to miss critical events happening in the data simply because there’s so much to wade through.
Business users’ appetite for information is not decreasing though, and the burden on BI teams to deliver answers is increasing.
Dashboards don’t work
Too much BI money is still being poured into dashboards. Yet people are often too busy to check dashboards. There’s too much data out there, and dashboards don’t take context into account. The critical stuff is easy to miss—and BI professionals can’t afford errors and oversights.
What Push Intelligence does
Push Intelligence combines and analyzes metrics from all your sources. It automatically uncovers and matches relevant changes in data with what’s most important to each end user, which speeds up and simplifies the entire business analysis process.
No one wants all of the information all of the time, and Push Intelligence users can favorite what’s most important to them. This then makes it easier to be notified of things that actually matter and are actionable to an individual user. Intelligent algorithms figure out what humans cannot, but allow people to interpret and act on the most pertinent information, combining the best of both intelligences.
The end result? BI to the masses, no dashboards required.