Business Intelligence Software

Why HP platforms for BI with Microsoft SQL Server 2014

Provided by HP and Intel® Xeon® Processor

Category Business Intelligence Software

Type White Paper

Length 13

Publish Date October 01 2014

Date posted February 05 2015


Customer advantages of building Business Intelligence solutions using HP Flex-Bundles for SMB with Microsoft SQL Server 2014. Business and organizations of all sizes rely on information to make critical decisions, fuel growth and drive business innovation. In the past, only large companies could afford the technology and infrastructure to implement data warehouses and business intelligence systems. Now it is possible for organizations of all sizes to leverage business intelligence for better business outcome. This capability is even more critical today because of the explosion in the number of connected devices, data growth and reliance on social networks.

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