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  • Business Intelligence Turn-Around: Lessons Learned The Hard Way
    Business Intelligence Turn-Around: Lessons Learned The Hard Way by Elizabeth Gaines
    Published on February 26, 2013
    Data is the lifeblood of the insurance industry and in recent years insurers have made major investments in business intelligence platforms to warehouse and analyze their data. Despite their spending in this area, insurance companies have not realized a significant return on their investment

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