Recent TDWI research found that business analysts in a typical firm spend two days a week creating spreadmarts, costing organizations at least $780,000 a year.1
This is what I’ll be speaking about at an upcoming Pentaho webcast
Date and Time
June 24, 2010
2:00 pm ET, 11 am PT
Spreadmart usage has grown because traditional, proprietary business intelligence (BI) solutions are expensive and difficult to use and business managers need a way to view important business data. While spreadsheets are great for displaying static financial and related data, they are a poor and incomplete substitute for modern business intelligence. Their lack of security, data integration, version control and graphic display capabilities means that users are often left with unsecure and inconsistent data and an interface that is difficult or impossible to use unless you are a finance professional.
This Webcast explores recent research on spreadmarts in a wide range of organizations focusing on:
Join Rick Sherman, co-author of the TDWI study, “Strategies for Managing Spreadmarts and Migrating to a Managed BI Environment” and Pentaho to:
Register for this webcast now to learn how to start migrating to a managed BI Environment and save both money and time while improving business decision-making today.
1Strategies for Managing Spreadmarts: Migrating to a Managed BI Environment, A TDWI Research Report by Wayne W. Eckerson and Richard P. Sherman.