Five Technologies That Can Improve Your Reporting and Analytics Architecture—Without Breaking the Bank

Today’s cutting-edge data-management technologies aren’t just for those with big budgets

Becoming “data driven” is a strategic imperative for organizations of all sizes. Not surprisingly, companies are spending more than ever before on data platforms.

In years past, cutting-edge tools that enabled organizational insight through advanced monitoring, reporting, and analytics capabilities were largely the domain of larger organizations that could afford them. Today, a variety of technologies—some of which have existed for several years or more—are changing the reporting landscape and analytics architecture. The good news is that this “shake up” is rewarding companies of all sizes with benefits that range from lower costs to expedited development to faster analysis.

In this white paper are five specific technologies that we see shaping the future of analytics and reporting.

West Monroe Partners’ Rapid Analytics Platform harnesses the five technologies described above to enhance the reporting capabilities of today’s data-intensive organizations. To see the Rapid Analytics Platform benefits in action, please contact Dennis Donald or Vadim Orlov.

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