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With new technologies and methodologies evolving each day, the industry is faced with a need to continuously introduce new testing techniques to sustain the quality demands by application teams.
Netizens think that Google is their second brain. Business Analytics technologies are moving towards a similar niche spot where they will assume the same status that Google search engine has on the world-wide web. In addition, they will assume a status similar to MS Office on computing machines and devices. Business Analytics will be all pervading and its technologies will be commonly included in the prevalent education systems.
Today, we have the technology; we just need the human push to make an organization truly data-driven. Thought leadership is of paramount importance. By way of human participation, organizations today need bimodal managers, who can get behind the scene, understand the machinery in the organization vis-à-vis technology in the wider landscape, and drive the change and transformation.
To put it simply, the software should provide return on investment (ROI). Security, scalability, flexibility, adaptability, mobility, and accessibility are the prime features that will ensure the ROI. Each vendor will keep on upgrading its features based on the new innovations in the Business Analytics segment. However, being a niche market player or a visionary is not enough; the software vendor should be able to deliver the promises on a cutting edge.
Data Visualization is indispensable especially when it comes to Analytics of Big Data. However, Data Visualization alone does not produce any valuable insights of its own – it is the role of analytics.