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10 BI Trends For 2014 & 2015 via @TDWI [5 from @CrowdFunde)

10 BI Trends For 2014 & 2015 via @TDWI [5 from @CrowdFunde) | BI Revolution | Scoop.it

Marty Note - 10 BI Trends
Business Intelligence is breaking out all over. It is as if we've reached some magic tipping point where things that were hard are not easier and our BI imagination is being sparked as a result. Here are 10 BI trends for this year and next (6 - 20 are from team at http://www.crowdfunde.com )

* Enterprise gets a handle on unstructured "Big Data".

* Search Will Improve Dramatically (agree).
* Mobility becomes bi-directional (you GET and GIVE via mobile).

* Enterprises come to terms with Big Data.

* Analytics Tools Vendors see importance of FAST and EASY.

CrowdFunde's Additions

* New Key Performance Indicators helps connect traffic and lead gen to conversion (what we are working on at http://www.crowdfunde.com ).

* How Social Media is changing everything become more clear (less search, more mobile and social).

* Expect a new flurry of WAZE.com-like crowdsoure apps.
* Expect more gamification for engagement and loyalty.
* Loyalty becomes LESS fickle as brands discover how to BE online creating community that wins hearts, minds, engagement and loyalty.


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VC Mary Meeker Rocks All Things Digital [video]

VC Mary Meeker Rocks All Things Digital [video] | BI Revolution | Scoop.it

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If you missed Mary Meeker's amazing 110 slides at the D10 All Things Digital conference in the summer take 15 minutes without distraction to watch her presentation now. Without distraction because she moves fast and speaks a different VC language.

I'm glad I missed Meeker presentation in a way because now it is possible to check off her predictions such as the Google mobile problems leading to their recent earnings miss. If you are interested in how the future of all things digital may turn out, take 15 minutes in a quiet room to watch this amazing presentation.  

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Hearts and Minds - Why Next Web Favors People Not Logistics

Hearts and Minds - Why Next Web Favors People Not Logistics | BI Revolution | Scoop.it

If the first use of our magical global network was mostly about logistics the next web is going to be mostly about connection. Walmart and other big box retailers took advantage of the web to build logistics that would make Romans proud.

Problem is NOBODY LOVES LOGISTICS.

In fact the ONLY expression of logistics on the web is our kudos or complaints. Logistics are too far removed from places hearts and minds are won. Granted logistics can make it easier or harder to win hearts and minds.

This ScentTrail Marketing blog post and Haiku Deck demonstrates how two lines will cross. One line is the profits and power from logistics and it is significant but not growing. The other line represents gains from creating community via the social web and that line is growing rapidly.

When those line cross it will be clear that the next web is about people not logistics.

http://bit.ly/16euthK

 

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malek's curator insight, October 28, 2013 4:50 AM

As usual, a thought provoking scoop from Marty.

For a starter we are now in the Castle Construction Industry!!

QDF (Quality Deserves Freshness) is our fortress.

Miss reading the article at your peril