BIME has been recently named a Gartner Cool Vendor in Business Analytics PaaS. Access the report >here< to read about the way PaaS evolved in the last years in the views of Gartner analysts and what BIME’s role is - as a cloud BI pioneer - in this field. We believe that this comes to prove the fact that business analytics is moving to the core of the business world and cloud BI is becoming its worldwide standard platform.
THE BUSINESS DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
As the flow and amount of data generated everyday keeps growing exponentially - also enhanced by the rising Internet-of-Things industry - the need for technologies suitable for Big Data as well as applications that provide automation, speed and independence to users has become the core of the modern business strategy.
There’s more and more demand for streamlining operations through automation and intelligence management with internal IT teams and third party service providers.
Thus, the relevance of this new category is growing past the former dominant one of aPaaS (application PaaS) as business intelligence dashboards are becoming virtual command centers for companies - whether we are talking about startups or Fortune 500 players.
Access the report >here< to read about the way PaaS evolved in the last years in the views of Gartner analysts and what BIME’s role is - as a cloud BI pioneer - in this field.
With BIME being named a Cool Vendor in PaaS, data analytics dashboards created through cloud BI are placed at the center of the business world’s activity. Through their realtime and interactive features, business intelligence dashboards are becoming dynamic customizable tools that business users can develop without being developers.
More than that, due to the endless collaborative options that creators and viewers have at their disposal, we believe that the visual dashboard itself is becoming a platform for crowd-sourced data discovery.
What features do you think a BI platform needs to add to become more and more decisive for high-level decision making in data-driven companies?