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What Exactly Is an Analytics Development Platform?

In the hyper-competitive embedded business intelligence space, it can be difficult to immediately articulate what makes a company unique. Logi is special because our Analytics Development Platform puts us at the nexus between the conveniences of buying an analytics tool and the flexibility of building your own solution. Now, what exactly is an Analytics Development […]

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3 Mobile BI Pitfalls to Avoid

As the mobile workforce continues to grow, mobile business intelligence (BI) has become an increasingly critical business imperative. In fact, a recent report from Market Research Future projects the mobile BI market will expand at a 23 percent CAGR from 2016 to 2022, reaching $13 billion by the end of that timeframe. As the demand […]

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Why Blindly Building Dashboards Is a Waste of Time: The Future of Analytics Is Embedded

Blindly building yet another dashboard is an act of cowardice. In today’s application-driven world, dashboards alone don’t rise to the challenge of solving people’s real problems. As you will read in Logi’s latest State of Embedded Analytics Report, the bad news is dashboards are still the top item on most organizations’ roadmaps. The good news […]

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Dashboard Inspiration: 3 Examples in Healthcare

As we get ready for the HIMSS Conference, it is a good time to recognize how organizations across the healthcare continuum are using data and analytics to improve patient outcomes and increase operational efficiency. Here are a few examples:   CarePartners Health Services CarePartners is a private, nonprofit healthcare organization which provides a full continuum […]

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The City of Marietta Showcases the Versatility of Logi Info

I had the pleasure of speaking with Ronald Barrett, Director of MIS/GIS for the City of Marietta, GA, last January, just a month after his organization purchased Logi Info. Although the City already had various reports, including SQL queries, Crystal reports, and Cognos, they had no dashboards. They needed a flexible tool with which they […]

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Why Every Marketer Needs to Be an Analyst

When I was in school, no one ever told me that a career in marketing meant long days poring over Excel spreadsheets. I thought marketing was supposed to be on the creative side. We’re supposed to work with designers to dream up awesome websites, provocative banner ads, and slick collateral templates. And yeah, I do […]

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