05 March 2016
By Giovanni Grossi, CEO & Co-founder, BOARD International

Over the past several weeks, we’ve made substantial changes to the BOARD International Web site to keep you fully informed on all aspects of the BOARD Platform and its many varied uses. 

18 October 2016
By Jessica Venturini, Head of Global Alliances

When a leading business advisory purchases enterprise performance management software for its own use and allows the supplier to reference its purchase and successful implementation, it’s a compliment of the highest degree and a solid gold endorsement.

21 September 2016
By Scott Jennings, Managing Director, The Americas, BOARD International

As anyone who’s ever tried to cultivate an attractive garden discovers, weeds are inevitable.  They crop up from seemingly nowhere, and if left unchecked, flourish like … well, like weeds.  Over the four decades since Visicalc and Lotus 1-2-3 drove the first Modern Business Analytics wave, fueling early PC sales in the process, spreadsheets have become the ubiquitous weeds clogging business processes around the world.

01 July 2016
By Phil Beavan, Professional Services Sector Manager

From the code of Hammurabi through the Magna Carta and centuries of Juris Prudence, the legal profession has always been a highly conservative one.  This is only natural considering that its foundations are built upon following established precedents and fact-based arguments.

But when it comes to business management technologies, law firms have discovered in recent years that a conservative approach is all too often a dangerous one. 

31 May 2016
By Pietro Ferrari, CTO, BOARD International

Would you purchase a new home without walking through it?  Or a new car without a test drive?  So what I can’t fathom is why so many companies shopping for major planning and forecasting software don’t take the same advance steps before signing contracts to ensure a solid fit between what they want to accomplish and what a vendor can provide.

29 March 2016
By Pietro Ferrari, CTO, BOARD International

History has shown that the large foot prints and overall rigidity of traditional BI stacks failed to provide business users the independence, agility and ease of use they needed to effectively apply analytics to their lines of business and gain the insights needed to make informed and profitable decisions.

24 March 2016
By Pietro Ferrari, CTO, BOARD International

As more and more enterprises explore the Cloud as a potential home for future BI and analytics solutions, they’ve often run into a fog bank of confusing offerings from dozens of vendors who are often more adept at hype than living up to customer expectations or requirements.