Business Intelligence and SaaS

Business Intelligence and SaaS

Date: Jun 19, 2012

Cloud U expert Jeff Kaplan explains the changing business landscape, the need for information and how SaaS can be used to inform business.

"Too often, organizations have not had at there disposal the information they need to make good business decisions," said Kaplan, managing director of Wellesley, Mass.-based consulting firm THINKstrategies. Kaplan sees SaaS as a tool that can be used to give decision-makers the information they need. 

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