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Top 5 Infographics of the Week: Business Intelligence

Over the past 50 years, we have witnessed a dramatic shift in the way people communicate, exchange information, and do business. In a time where everything is being shared and digitized, the internet has become an essential component in our everyday lives. Ever since this "internet revolution" began, we have gone from a data desert to a data deluge. In fact, we have been collecting data at an exponential rate. All of this new data is great, but only if you know what to do with it; that is where business intelligence comes into play. Business intelligence is when you not only know what is happening, but you know why it is happening. Take a look at these 5 infographics on the rising popularity of business intelligence and what it means for your business!



#1: Big Data and Decision Making from Capgemini Worldwide

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#2: Data in Dollars from Domo

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#3: The Intelligent Pathway from Sikich

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#4: Mobile Business Intelligence from Domo

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#5: The Future of Business Intelligence from Domo

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  1. Cool infographics. I love this topic. It's very engaging. Think you might be interested in how to hack WiFi also.

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