August 22, 2014:
“If I’m at Starbucks doing business intelligence via WiFi with my laptop, is that Mobile BI? If so, if I do the same thing at work, what is that?” That question started the discussion at one of my recent Friday #BIWisdom tweetchats.
When the tweetchat tribe tried to level set what this booming area of business intelligence really is, we found some differing opinions.
My opinion? Mobile BI allows taking fact-based insights/information on a mobile device with you to a decision point.
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