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This month's featured book is Business Intelligence and the Cloud: Strategic Implementation Guide, by business intelligence leader Michael Gendron. Innovation, faster time to market, increased market share, and greater customer loyalty are just a few potential benefits of a successful cloud computing strategy. If you haven’t already, now is the time to examine Cloud Computing as a strategic initiative for your organization. In Business Intelligence and the Cloud, Gendron, an intelligence leader, takes cloud computing beyond “mere hype to produce real-world value”. Through the use of real-world examples, Gendron emphasizes “how these technologies can be used to create business value and how they can be integrated into an organizations business intelligence system.”
Gain access to our complimentary chapter: A History of How We Got to Cloud Computing, Gendron and learn how “cloud computing creates business strategy.”
Megan Gouveia is a Sr. Digital Marketing Manager at Progress Software. She has spent the past 10+ years managing large-scale website initiatives to improve the overall user experience and increase lead generation. Recently, she has turned her focus to personalization and optimization, delivering data-driven custom experiences for each visitor to the website.
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