As COVID-19 continues to spread, states and cities across the U.S. have imposed restrictions — from banning large gatherings to lockdowns, with citizens ordered to stay home except for essential jobs and errands, or get outdoor exercise. These steps came as infection numbers mounted, and the World Health Organization stated that COVID-19 was in fact a global pandemic. [More…]
March 25, 2020
E-commerce account takeovers increased 347 percent and shipping fraud jumped 391 percent from 2018 to 2019, a fraud and identity solutions company reported. Fraudsters are gaining access to accounts using credential stuffing, romance scams, social engineering, phishing or hacking. The three-digit rise in account takeovers is connected to the rash of data breaches over the last decade. [More…]
March 25, 2020
Edge conditions and the change they drive are fascinating. Some people use the word “margin” because it’s at the margin that things change. A
Business intelligence tools can organize and analyze data from many sources to help owners and managers with critical decisions. Basic intelligence tools — Google Analytics, native analytics from an ecommerce platform — are free, but they often are time-consuming compared to premium alternatives.
A business intelligence tool can provide helpful data to make critical, daily decisions. There are many such tools to choose from, but knowing which one is right for your business can be tricky.
Certainly the tool should accommodate your data sources. It needs to fit your budget. And the functionality of the tool must match your preference for visualization, custom formulas, and drill-downs.
In this post, I’ll list popular business intelligence tools that I’m familiar with and offer my perspective on each.
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