8 Key Considerations When Adding BI & Analytics to Your Software


Within the next 36 months, 75% of Independent Software Vendors’ (ISVs) future software revenue will come from Business Intelligence and Analytics embedded within their solution, according to a survey from Tech Target.

Today, making data driven decisions is an expectation for workers at all levels of an organization. End users require applications that infuse analytics into their UX to make the data actionable. The exponential growth of data compounds the difficulties in accomplishing this task.

An evolving business environment created the radical change to revenue models for ISVs and solution providers to embed BI and Analytics. Customers expect to have a business intelligence solution provided by their vendors.

The question for developers now is not if you will add BI and analytics to your software, but how. In short, will you build or buy and embed?

Organization Type: Business Enterprise
Article Type: Best Practices/Case Study
Industry: Big Data/Mission Critical Services
Focus: General Business
Location: Perimeter


Bob is a content strategist for Izenda, the leader in embedded Business Intelligence for .NET. He has written extensively about technology industries for digital and print media.

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