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Art of BI: Lyndsay Wise of Wise Analytics – Episode #4

Christian Screen | | July 12, 2011

What is a Business Intelligence industry analyst?

What are some lasting strategies for implementing a Business Intelligence solution?

Lyndsay Wise of Wise Analytics answers these questions, shares some of her broad experiences in Business Intelligence, and unleashes some articulated perspectives in this podcast chat.

On this Podcast

I was first keen on chatting with Lyndsay after reading several of her articles on dashboardinsights.com and on her blog.  Lyndsay was kind enough to pencil me in and I am glad for it because this conversation is one of the best so far in the ArtOfBI.com podcast series.  In this podcast we talk about the benefits of being software agnostic, why most IT implementations fail, Lynday’s upcoming book on Open Source Business Intelligence, and much more. Lyndsay is president of Wise Analytics and she has an enlightening vision for analytics, research, culture, and community which is quite the intriguing model.  Consider yourself enlightened by listening to his podcast now.

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