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Making the Most of Big Data

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Making the Most of Big Data
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740305203
Number of pages: 61

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Drawing on an extensive analysis of literature this guide provides an introduction to Business Intelligence (BI) initiatives from the practitioner's perspective. This book may be the first step for many management professionals in gaining an understanding of how to make Business Intelligence initiatives successful.

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