The Webinars are scheduled to run throughout Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 November.
Register for a Webinar time here: www.yellowfinbi.com/YFCommunityNews-Webinar-Event-Embedded-BI-Best-Practices-119886
“I think there’s a perception out there that embedding third-party BI capabilities into existing software solutions is a tedious process, fraught with complications that have the potential to derail the initiative,” said Rabie. “This Webinar will provide a checklist for success, arming software vendors with the process and feature specifications they need to observe in order to achieve shorter term integration and longer term product objectives.”
A March 2012 report by the Aberdeen Group, entitled Embedded BI: Boosting Analytical Adoption and Engagement, found that many enterprise software vendors had already begun, or begun planning, BI integration projects.
“It’s commonly accepted that BI functionality is now in high demand across almost all major industries,” said Rabie.
Aberdeen’s March report found that 67 percent of financial, 65 percent of sales, and 56 percent of corporate management software applications, have already incorporated embedded BI functionality into their core products.
The three concise forty-minute Webinars will take place across Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 November.
Following the Webinar, attendees will receive a copy of the presentation slides and a recording for on-demand viewing.
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