On April 25, Infor announced their intention to acquire Birst. It’s too early to say whether the team at Birst is celebrating, but I’m sure Birst’s customers are not. I won’t bore you with all the things you expect a [now former] competitor to say here—things like “innovation will suffer,” “customer support and satisfaction will […]
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“Knock-offs are as good as the real thing”: Every person right after buying a ‘Guci’ purse for $50 trying to justify their purchase. “I guess you get what you pay for”: Every person 3 months after buying a ‘Guci’ purse for $50 that has flaking leather and a broken zipper. >> New Findings for Embedded Adoption: […]
Over the past couple months, I’ve been writing about Logi’s approach to adaptive security and how we integrate new analytics capabilities with existing security models. I’ve gone over authentication, authorization, and integration using Logi’s SecureKey API. I’ve also explained in detail how to integrate adaptive security in a standalone enterprise application as well as in […]
For Microsoft customers, Power BI Embedded is a good lightweight visualization layer. But many find it nearly impossible to predict costs or integrate security with the tool. If you have advanced embedding requirements, you may be better off with a solution that provides customizable embedded analytics with a pricing structure that aligns to your business model. >> […]
This post was written by Chris Butler, Senior Product Strategist and The Product Guy’s “Best Product Person” of 2016. Anyone that believes they are building something from scratch hasn’t heard of the $1,500 sandwich that took six months to make. It is a myth that you can build everything yourself. The only question is how much […]
It is said that implementing a Business Intelligence program is one of the most daunting journeys a company can embark on. We all have heard the statistic that 8 out of 10 projects fail to meet at least one (if not all three) of the success objectives: timeline, quality or scope. Numerous articles have been […]
Competitive advantage is commonly defined as “an advantage that an individual/firm has over its competitors”. While very generic, the definition is very insightful, it compares an entity not to itself but to the rest of the population, highlighting how this self is different from the remainder of the population, explicitly calling them competition. From […]
Have you ever dreamt that were someone else, perhaps a colleague at work who is doing extremely well or maybe a famous/rich politician with significant influence or power? If you answered yes, you are not alone; at some point in time in our lives most of question our own identify and wonder what could be […]
As industries mature, we start seeing a higher number of Merger & Acquisitions (M&A) activities. The rule of thumb is that the larger a company grows, the more likely it can leverage its scale to drive competitive advantages such as getting lower prices from suppliers, reducing its delivery costs and more importantly keeping entry barriers […]
by Here’s of all the major commercial real estate deals involving the tech industry and San Francisco’s SOMA district over the past three years, thanks to and broker , who finds space on behalf of tech companies and nonprofits. Source: Like this: Like Loading… Related Categories: , | .