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Business Intelligence vs. Data Analytics Paradigm… Need some help?

Business Intelligence vs. Data Analytics or Data Analytics vs Business Intelligence?

Most companies are wrestling internally to get clear and valuable data/insights to predict the change that could affect their business. Traditional BI could be improved on with the help of Data Analytics, while at the same time Data Analytics needs to be fed by BI. More and more BI and real-time analytics are converging and supporting each other to deliver valuable insights and critical reports.
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