Business Intelligence Solution Provider, Analytix On Demand, Tips Hat to
Philosopher Galileo in Assisting Industry Laggards Achieve Best in Class Status
Recently released Aberdeen report indicates analytics aptitude is a major difference between
Best-In-Class and Laggard companies.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2009 -- Somewhere between 1564 and 1642, Galileo made the
following statement: “Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.”
That’s good advice according to a recently released Aberdeen Research Report.
Their recent report titled “BI for the C-Suite” calls out that 81% of executives at Best-in-Class companies, on
average, have self-service, not IT-assisted access to Business Intelligence and Analytics tools, which is more than
twice the percentage of all other companies.
Fortunately, we’ve learned something in 400+ years. Analytix On Demand created its SaaS business intelligence
solutions to help companies align themselves with the ancient scientist’s advice and create Key Performance
Indicators by which to measure the improvement of their firms.
"More than ever before, C-level executives are leaning on analytical technology to provide visibility and insight
into how their business is performing, and how it can be improved. Our research shows that Best-in-Class
companies are leveraging an efficient combination of people, process, and technology to drive measurable
business improvements. Specifically, these top performers were able to drive an average 22% increase in organic
(non-acquisition related) revenue, while Laggard companies struggled with an average 9% decline in revenue”,
Michael Lock, Research Analyst, Aberdeen Group. (you can read the Aberdeen here)
“After over a decade in helping large companies create business intelligence solutions, the Aberdeen report
reflects what we already knew about how performance is drastically improved when a company is committed to
measurement”, Vik Torpunuri, Founder of Analytix On Demand.
Torpunuri went on to