Enterprise Analytics

What Does Enterprise Analytics Mean?

Enterprise analytics refers to the process of having data, business and process analytical capabilities across an enterprise.


It provides organizations with the ability to collect, analyze and process analytical data in all or most functions of the business.

Techopedia Explains Enterprise Analytics

Enterprise analytics is primarily a form of big data analytics where an organization can perform analytical processes on the data stored across the organization. It is used by data analysts, big data analysts and/or web analytics to extract meaningful data or relations from the raw data repositories it has.

Enterprise analytics solutions can be a standalone information system or can be delivered using data mining, business intelligence, web analytics and big data analytics solutions.


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