One thing that we hear consistently in our conversations with companies is that everyone, including both IT and business users, wants self-service analytics. Businesses are looking to become more data-driven, and users want to be able to analyze data without having to constantly rely on IT.
In fact, findings from our 2014 State of Self-Service Report, found 93% of business users want access to self-service tools. However, organizations face the challenge of trying to balance end users’ ever-changing analytics needs with IT governance.
Next week, Logi will be speaking at the Gartner BI and Analytics Summit in Las Vegas about this very topic. The session, titled “The Broken Promise of Self-Service,” will help attendees understand where their end users fall on the Continuum of Self-Service and provide actionable recommendations for delivering the right tools to match their