“Discovery!” It's become a rallying cry -- a cri de coeur, even -- for disenchanted business people everywhere. Fed up with slow, monolithic, or ineffective business intelligence (BI) tools, they're hungry for something else. Dissatisfied with the red, yellow, and green banality of dashboards, they desperately want to get back to the data -- to jump into and play with the data -- but they're finding themselves blocked at every turn by IT.
They can't and won't be denied, however: they'll take matters into their own hands. They'll go
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