According to Gartner, "By 2023, 30% of deployed analytics solutions will consist of three of more vendor platforms."1
"This research will introduce data and analytics leaders to composable analytics, a new trend in the analytics experience that involves the use of low- and no-code capabilities to go beyond embedded analytics, authoring consumer-focused applications from existing analytics assets."1
After completing this report, you will understand how to enable all members of your organization to be data-driven by incorporating composable analytics into your business processes.
1. Source: Gartner, Composable Analytics Shapes the Future of Analytics Applications, Julian Sun, 9 September 2020
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