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China Summary Translation: Market Trends: Business Intelligence Tipping Points Herald a New Era of Analytics

Published: 20 January 2015

ID: G00272778

Analyst(s): Dan Sommer , Twiggy Lo

Summary

Several tipping points will shift gravity toward self-service, cloud and new user groups, heralding accelerated adoption and transformation in the market. As BI solutions evolve toward personalized analytics, incumbent providers need to prepare for nimble newcomers and a more level playing field.

Table Of Contents

主要挑战

建议

Market Trends: Business Intelligence Tipping Points Herald a New Era of Analytics

  • Key Findings
  • Recommendations

Introduction

  • Starvation for Legacy Systems as the Market Shifts From System Era to Business Analytics Era (2010 Through 2014)

Market Trend

  • Market Structure Trend
    • Tipping Point 1: 50% of Net-New Buying in BI Will Be Driven by Data Discovery Requirements in 2014 (Application Gravity)
    • Tipping Point 2: 50% of New Spend on BI and Analytics Will Be From Business Buyers in 2014 (Buyer Gravity)
    • Tipping Point 3: 50% of Organizations Will Consider Cloud BI in 2014 (Data Gravity)
    • Tipping Point 4: In 2014, the Dawn of Personal Analytics Will Reach 50% of Potential Users and Beyond (User Gravity)
  • Beyond 2020: The Ecosystem Era

Vendors to Watch

Analysis

  • The Internet of Things
    • How CIOs Should Think About the IoT
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding the IoT
  • 3D Printing
    • How CIOs Should Think About 3D Printing
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding 3D Printing
  • Human Augmentation and Wearable Technology
    • How CIOs Should Think About Human Augmentation and Wearable Technology
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Human Augmentation and Wearable Technology
  • Robotics and Autonomous Machines
    • How CIOs Should Think About Robotics and Autonomous Machines
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Robotics and Autonomous Machines
  • Cognitive Machines
    • How CIOs Should Think About Cognitive Machines
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Cognitive Machines
  • Cybersecurity
    • How CIOs Should Think About Cybersecurity
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Cybersecurity

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