Gartner Research

Embedded Analytics Will Impact Business Application and BI Strategy

Published: 30 November 2010

ID: G00208910

Analyst(s): Nigel Rayner


Embedded analytics adoption by business users will increase rapidly in the next five years. IT must understand what embedded analytics are, why they're important to the business, and how to accommodate them as part of a broader business intelligence, analytic and performance management strategy.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • The Three Types of Embedded Analytics
  • Benefits and Challenges of Embedded Analytics
  • Vendor Pressure Will Increase

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