Trends in BI Visualization

Trends in BI Visualization

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Data visualization facilitates comprehension of business intelligence information by presenting outliers and patterns using specially created tools and techniques. implementing viable BI visualization approaches to a variety of communications is critically important because of its inherent ability to extract business insights from complex data and communicate these insights more effectively.

Trends in Bi visualization

By joining miscellaneous information culled from a variety of sources that generally involve graphical and geographic presentations, mashups not only offer improved access to information but enhance visualization of data in a persuasive and coherent manner. When mashups are supported by AJAX and Flash technologies, they represent a powerfully versatile and useful BI visualization instrument.
By directing the completion of clean analyses with gestures and clicks instead of just keystrokes and commands, visual interfaces (VIs) offer a more natural method of exploring business information. In addition, VIs are trending heavily towards immersive experiences or enhanced realities that further heighten the astuteness of BI visualization tools.
2015 is anticipated to be the year the self-service approach to BI gains momentum. End users participating in self-service BI can create analytical queries and personalized reports so that IT staff can concentrate on other tasks. Self-service BI potentially benefits both end users and IT staff while helping narrow the technology/business gap for large companies.
Incorporating mobility, geolocation and mapping capabilities into business intelligence applications dramatically augments every stage of the BI process. Geolocation provides richer visualization experiences for users with its ability to manage maps, identify embedded data based on region-specific input and employ information that can be refreshed automatically according to a desired location.
Another future trend shaping BI visualization is the world of data art, which is expected to inspire the use of aesthetics to provide even more functional and refined BI visualizations.