While attending the Boston Executive Summit for The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI) in July 2014, I learned a shocking statistic. Among the most mature organizations, only 30% had rated themselves as having a high adoption rate for BI usage. So for the rest of us, including about 70% of mature organizations, it's probably a fair bet that we're making decisions based on inaccurate data or gut-feel.
Why do BI Adoption rates among companies remain low?
We are still making decisions without adequate data, making reactive, gut-feel decisions because of these top 3 reasons: