Out of the Spreadsheet and into the Cloud: 5 Key Considerations When Implementing a Modern BI

You’ve had your “aha moment.” You’re finally ready to change your organization’s approach to business intelligence (BI)—or take it to the next level—and you’re eager to implement a solution and get your team up and running with their new tools and insights. While there’s no need to dampen your enthusiasm, don’t be hasty. Sit back, slow down, and consider some of the best practices that will ensure you select the right solution for your needs and deliver a stress-free implementation for your employees. In other words, plan for long-term, game-changing success.

If you’re in the process of selecting a BI tool for your company, this eBook is for you. We’ll share our take on the key considerations for deploying a modern BI approach across your organization:

  1. Computing environment
  2. User tools
  3. Change management
  4. Time to value
  5. The right choice

Simply fill out the form below, to find out how cloud-based data analytics and reporting tools can take your company’s decision-making—and growth potential—into the future.

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From Bricks to Clicks—One Company’s Journey from “The Best NYC Paper Store” to International eCommerce Player4/22 Webinar

New York is great, but for now-CEO of JAM Paper and Envelope Andrew Jacobs, it was only the beginning. Brought on as the Director of eCommerce at JAM in 2005, he guided the company from a bricks-and-mortar chain known as “The Best NYC Paper Store” to an Internet Retailer Top 1000 ecommerce player and key player on online marketplaces. But as with any transformation as fast and significant as JAM’s, there were bound to be a few growing pains along the way.