MicroStrategy is the founding Business Intelligence vendor to participate in the TUN program. The MicroStrategy site through TUN allows faculty to educate and train their students on the latest in BI technology. Faculty can use MicroStrategy's resources to provide students with a real-world look into how a 4-tier BI platform works with online training, demos and tutorials to explore reporting and analysis in key functional areas such as customer, financial, sales force, and sales & distribution analysis. Universities can enrich their business intelligence course offerings with MicroStrategy and teach students about BI in a tangible way, providing valuable experience that students can take directly into the workplace.
Since 1989, MicroStrategy has helped businesses make better decisions through better insight from their data. The MicroStrategy Business Intelligence platform offers an integrated solution to all business data query, reporting and advanced analytical needs, and distributes insight to users at their desks and on-the-go. For thousands of satisfied customers worldwide and hundreds of technology and integration partners, MicroStrategy delivers the most powerful, complete solution for business intelligence.
Information is King: Business Analytics in the Age of the Downturn and the (Re) Emergence of the Customer
Research by BusinessWeek Research Services offers a look at the attitudes and opinions of C-level executives with regard to the use and value of business analytics. The report also provides analysis and insights on the topic of business analytics.
Getting Started with Business Analytics – by Zulfikar Sidi
Most organizations today know that the effective use of analytics can be a significant competitive differentiator for their business, but many still struggle with how to get started. Sidi guides you through the key aspects necessary to begin using analytics and how to position yourself to gain the most from your implementation of analytics.
A Method to the Madness – Predictive Analytics and NCAA March Madness Feature Article
Discover just how effective analytics can be in this article that explores how SAS is used to predict which teams will be chosen for the "at-large" NCAA tournament positions.