Gartner: Fünf Business Intelligence Prognosen für 2009 und darüber hinaus

Donnerstag, 15. Januar 2009 16:29
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Gartner Analysten diskutieren Business Intelligence Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen auf dem Gartner Business Intelligence Summit 2009, 20.-22. Januar in Den Haag

Das IT-Marktforschungs- und Beratungsunternehmen Gartner präsentiert fünf Vorhersagen für Business Intelligence (BI) für den Zeitraum 2009 bis 2012: Angesichts des bevorstehenden Gartner Business Intelligence Summits in Den Haag, betreffen die Prognosen den Einfluss der Geschäftsbereiche, die immer größere Kontrolle auf analytische Anwendungen bekommen, die Auswirkungen der Finanzkrise und wie diese einen neuen Blickwinkel auf die Zuverlässigkeit von Informationen und die Transparenz von Innovationen herbeiführen, sowie gemeinschaftliche Entscheidungsfindung und vertrauenswürdige Datenlieferanten.

„Unternehmen werden von ihren IT-Verantwortlichen, die sich um BI und Performance Management Initiativen kümmern, erwarten dass sie bei der Umgestaltung helfen und ihr Geschäft wesentlich verbessern,“ sagt Nigel Rayner, Research Vice President bei Gartner. „Unsere Prognosen konzentrieren sich in diesem Jahr auf die Notwendigkeit, mit BI und Performance Management einen höheren Unternehmenswert zu erzeugen.“

Gartner Reveals Five Business Intelligence Predictions for 2009 and Beyond

Analysts Discuss Business Intelligence Challenges and Opportunities at Gartner Business Intelligence Summit 2009, 20-22 January in The Hague, Netherlands

Egham, UK – 15 January, 2009 – Gartner, Inc. has revealed its five predictions for business intelligence (BI) between 2009-2012. Speaking ahead of the Gartner Business Intelligence Summit 2009 in The Hague, analysts’ predictions ranged from the impact of business units exerting greater control over analytic applications to the effect of the economic crisis and how it will force a renewed focus on information trust and transparency to innovations such as collaborative decision making and trusted data providers.

“Organisations will expect IT leaders in charge of BI and performance management initiatives to help transform and significantly improve their business,” said Nigel Rayner, research vice president of Gartner. “This year's predictions focus on the need for BI and performance management to deliver greater business value.”

Through 2012, more than 35 per cent of the top 5,000 global companies will regularly fail to make insightful decisions about significant changes in their business and markets

The economic downturn forces businesses to be aware of changes in their organisations, re-think their strategies and operating plans and face demands from stakeholders and governments for greater transparency about finances, operations, decisions and core performance metrics. However, most organisations do not have the information, processes and tools needed to make informed, responsive decisions due to underinvestment in information infrastructure and business tools.

“IT leaders in companies with a strong culture of information-based management should create a task-force to respond to the changing information and analysis needs of executives,” said Bill Hostmann, research vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner. “IT leaders in businesses without such a culture should document the costs and challenges of adjusting to new conditions and propose a business case for investing in the information infrastructure, process and tools to support decision making.“

By 2012, business units will control at least 40 per cent of the total budget for BI

Although IT organisations excel at building BI infrastructure, business users have lost confidence in the ability of them to deliver the information they need to make decisions. Business units drive analysis and performance management initiatives, mainly using spreadsheets that create dashboards full of metrics, plus analytic and packaged business applications to automate the process. Business units will increase spending on packaged analytic applications, including corporate performance management (CPM), online marketing analytics and predictive analytics that optimise processes, not just report on them.

“By making purchases independently of the IT organisation, business units risk creating silos of applications and information, which will limit cross-function analysis, add complexity, and delay to corporate planning and execution of changes,” said Mr Rayner. “IT organisations can overcome this by encouraging business units to use existing assets and create standards for purchasing classes of packaged analytic applications that minimise the impact of isolated functions.”

By 2010, 20 per cent of organisations will have an industry-specific analytic application delivered via software as a service (SaaS) as a standard component of their BI portfolio

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