New on the iPad: The story of business intelligence

By , CIO |  Software, BI, ipad

Like every content management system, Roambi Flow Publisher requires a bit of a learning curve. But the real trouble will be finding people who have the time and business intelligence clearance to dig through the data, write about trends, and collect charts and other graphics.

Initially, analysts and marketing professionals-those already tasked with creating reports-will likely be Roambi Flow publishers. But Alsbury's vision of giving business intelligence to more employees will require a lot more content creators.

"Anyone in the company can use it," says Alsbury.

Tom Kaneshige covers Apple and Networking for CIO.com. Follow Tom on Twitter @kaneshige. Follow everything from CIO.com on Twitter @CIOonline and on Facebook. Email Tom at tkanshige@cio.com

Read more about business intelligence (bi) in CIO's Business Intelligence (BI) Drilldown.


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