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Craft Your Future State BI Reference Architecture

November 1, 2012

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In the face of rising data volume and complexity and increased need for self-service, enterprises need an effective business intelligence (BI) reference architecture to utilize BI as a key corporate asset for competitive differentiation. BI stakeholders — such as project managers, developers, data architects, enterprise architects, database administrators, and data quality specialists — may find the myriad of choices and constant influx of new business requirements overwhelming. Forrester's BI reference architecture provides a framework with architectural patterns and building blocks to guide these BI stakeholders in managing BI strategy and architecture.

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Table of Contents

  • BI: The Last Milestone Toward Business Users In EIM
  • Forrester's BI Reference Architecture — Detailed View
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Every Organization Needs A BI Reference Architecture
  • ALTERNATIVE VIEW

  • A Sneak Peek Into An Alternate BI Reference Architecture Future
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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