It's been a busy few months at Dresner Advisory Services and I wanted to bring you all up to date regarding our activities and achievements. Here are some highlights:
New channels for our research:
We're excited to announce the availability of our Business Intelligence market research through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Apple iTunes. While other analyst organizations may charge thousands for their research and require a subscription, our goal is to make our research both highly available and highly affordable.
Third annual Wisdom of CrowdsTM Study:
We've just published our third annual Wisdom of Crowds TM Business Intelligence Market Study ®. With more than 90 pages of analysis and commentary, including 70 charts and tables, we address key trends in the BI marketplace - as well as rating 17 of the most relevant BI vendors - using our trademark 33-dimension scoring system! We've received lots of great feedback from our research community and some great press too!
New Cloud BI and Collaborative BI Research plus a free webinar!
Based on user responses from last year's Wisdom of Crowds TM Business Intelligence Market Study ®, we expanded our research agenda for 2012 to include the emerging areas of Collaborative BI and Cloud BI. These exciting new studies are being released in early September!
Consider attending our free webinar to review highlights from this groundbreaking research. It will take place on Thursday, September 27th at 12PM ET. Click here to register for this event. Attendance is limited to 100 people.
Upcoming Mobile BI Study:
Later this year we will be publishing our fourth Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study - with a target date of late November. Data collection begins right away! Click here to be directed to the survey. As always, qualified users receive a complimentary copy of the research findings!
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Thank you for your continued support!
Chief Research Officer
Dresner Advisory Services