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Pyramid Analytics Named a Technology Innovation Award Winner by Dresner Advisory Services

Pyramid Analytics Named a Technology Innovation Award Winner by Dresner Advisory Services

Author: Jennifer Dorothea , Tags: Analysts |Category: Pyramid News | Published: 12/19/2016

Pyramid Analytics has been recognized in the Dresner Advisory Services 2016 Technology Innovation Awards, presented to the top vendors in the Dresner 2016 Wisdom of Crowds™ series. The award further proves our commitment to customers and our standing as an innovator in business intelligence.

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Data Governance and One Version of the Truth Evade Tableau

Data Governance and One Version of the Truth Evade Tableau

Author: Chandra DuFrene , Tags: Tableau |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 12/14/2016

When considering a BI solution, IT and business leaders should consider data governance shortfalls and which processes they still do manually. But Tableau lacks many key data governance features making it difficult to provide one version of the truth.

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Using Performance Analysis to Determine How I Dropped the Ball

Using Performance Analysis to Determine How I Dropped the Ball

Author: Dan Wilmot , Tags: fantasy football, BI Office, predictive analysis |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 12/12/2016

I built a storyboard in BI Office to help me draft a winning fantasy football team. Unfortunately, my team hasn't done a whole lot of “winning" so far this season. While I would like to pin my team's woeful performance squarely on the shoulders of Lady Luck, in reality, it was my own doing: I spent more time tweaking my data reports than actually using those reports to make decisions. Find out what else I learned by using performance analysis to understand where I went wrong.

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Who Walked Away with the Pyramid Analytics Steps Challenge?

Who Walked Away with the Pyramid Analytics Steps Challenge?

Author: Chandra DuFrene , Tags: Steps Challenge, healthcare data, Pyramid Analytics |Category: Pyramid News | Published: 12/12/2016

Pyramid Analytics completed a month-long steps challenge and used BI Office to find interesting facts and fun data visualizations.

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Meeting Customer Demand: New BI Office functionality enables next evolution of integrated experiences for Power BI users

Meeting Customer Demand: New BI Office functionality enables next evolution of integrated experiences for Power BI users

Author: John Hormaechea , Tags: Power BI |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 12/7/2016

As we further a commitment to empower our users, we are pleased to introduce new functionality in our flagship BI Office platform that allows customers to seamlessly import Power BI Desktop files into BI Office storyboards.

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A New Year, A New BI Strategy: Design Your Business Analytics Roadmap with Pyramid Analytics

A New Year, A New BI Strategy: Design Your Business Analytics Roadmap with Pyramid Analytics

Author: Omri Kohl , Tags: BI Office, business intelligence, self-service BI, customer experience, collaborative BI, enterprise solution, business analytics, data analytics |Category: Industry Trends, Pyramid News | Published: 12/5/2016

Planning your business analytics roadmap and confused about where to start? Download our newsletter to get actionable guidance, practical research from Gartner, as well as best practices from organizations that are transforming their business with data.

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When it Comes to BI Features, Don’t Let Pretty Hide the Truth

When it Comes to BI Features, Don’t Let Pretty Hide the Truth

Author: Chandra DuFrene , Tags: BI, analytics, comparison, Tableau, tools, visualization, Microsoft, SSAS, collaboration, wizards, collaboration |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 12/5/2016

Tableau misses the mark as a BI tool for the enterprise. They’ve attracted the attention of many power data analysts for their myriad of different visualization types, allowing complex data to be visualized into something more consumable. Problem is that Tableau was built as a visualization tool first and an analytics tool second.

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Tackling Bye Weeks and Injuries with our BI Office Storyboards

Tackling Bye Weeks and Injuries with our BI Office Storyboards

Author: Dan Wilmot , Tags: Fantasy Football 2016, data-driven, draft strategy, data analytics |Category: Fantasy Football, BI Office | Published: 11/28/2016

Bye weeks and injuries are perhaps the most difficult challenges a fantasy football owner faces during the regular season. With that in mind, I created a storyboard in BI Office with the express purpose of helping me navigate bye weeks and injuries. My goal was to create a tool that would a) enable me to rapidly identify players who are injured or about to go on bye and b) efficiently identify the best free agents available to replace those players.

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