We recently released the 2014 State of Embedded Analytics Report, providing insight on why and how software providers are embedding analytic capabilities within their applications. Based on a survey of more than 400 software and SaaS executives, product managers, and technology leaders, this 42-page report is filled with best practices and valuable insights on embedded analytics. Below are the top 10 insights we’ve pulled from the results for 2014:
About the Author
Alvin Wong has an extensive background in solution architecture and implementation of SaaS and business intelligence applications. Alvin earned his MS in Engineering Management from Stanford University and BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.
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