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TECH BUYER Jun 2019 - IDC Perspective - Doc # US45164519

Usage Patterns — How to Rethink the Requirements Gathering Process for Decision Support and Decision Automation Needs

By: Chandana GopalResearch Director, Business Analytics, Dan VessetGroup Vice President, Analytics and Information Management, Maureen FlemingProgram Vice President, Integration and Process Automation

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This IDC Perspective summarizes observations of IDC analysts from practices of leading enterprises addressing today's enterprisewide decision support and decision automation needs. The Perspective highlights the need to identify decision-making patterns and modify the requirements gathering dialogue to move beyond data access requirements to decision support requirements.

"Identifying decision-making patterns is an effective method for understanding the broad capabilities needed from a modern data management and analytics platform needed to support all enterprise decision-making processes," said Chandana Gopal, research director, Business Analytics, IDC.


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