Aberdeen Group published the results of its new study titled, “Mobile BI: Actionable Intelligence for the Agile (News - Alert) Enterprise.”
The study revealed that companies that use Mobile Business Intelligence (BI) make critical management decisions in one-sixth the time required for companies that do not use mobile business intelligence which amounts to 26 hours compared to 165 hours.
Also, it was found that organizations using Mobile BI achieved a “Time-to-Decision” of 3.8 hours which is 3-times faster than all other Mobile BI users.
In a press release, David White (News - Alert), senior research analyst of business intelligence at Aberdeen, said, “Top-performing companies are intent on using mobile BI to provide front-line employees with the information they need. Starting from the foundation of mobile BI for executives, they are pursuing competitive advantage by providing access to information anywhere at any time.”
Commenting on the efficacy of BI, Andrew Borg, senior research analyst, wireless and mobility, Aberdeen (News - Alert) said, “By extending the reach and usage of their existing BI infrastructure to mobile devices used by front-line employees, organizations respond more rapidly to market changes and the needs of their customers. This accelerates time-to-information for critical business decisions, while improving the satisfaction and retention of customers.”
Aberdeen sources added that interested consumers and businesses can get a complimentary copy of this report.
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