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June 2013 - Business Intelligence Content Archive

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How JetBlue Lost Me as a Loyal Customer [Published: 06-03-2013]
With all of the data collected by airlines today, Leslie Ament wonders why they don't use it to keep their loyal customers happy.

Big Data: A Venn Diagram [Published: 06-06-2013]
Bill Inmon provides a Venn diagram to illustrate how various types of data relate to big data and discusses the implications of those relationships.

Chasing the Elusive Context [Published: 06-13-2013]
Bill Inmon explains why it's not just the words themselves that are important when interpreting raw text.

Enterprise BI in the Cloud [Published: 06-18-2013]
In this final article of his series on BI in the cloud, Jean-Michel Franco looks at three disruptive innovations and how they affect big data solutions and enterprise data warehousing in the cloud.

Visualization: New Ways to Weave Data into Your Business [Published: 06-18-2013]
With this article, Lee Feinberg begins a series on the strategic importance of visualization. The series details the steps you need to follow to transform your business intelligence visualizations so they can lead to better and faster decisions.

Grants Management in the Federal Government: The Role for Business Intelligence [Published: 06-20-2013]
Business intelligence will play an important role as the federal government works to reform grant processes.

Not Every Big Data Problem Requires a Big Data Solution [Published: 06-25-2013]
Mark Turner provides useful suggestions for getting value from your big data initiatives.

Making Customer Centricity Pervasive [Published: 06-27-2013]
David Loshin explains why technology is only one part of becoming a customer-centric organization.