Embedded Analytics

What Does Embedded Analytics Mean?

Embedded analytics is the process of embedding analytics and reporting capabilities within a device or information system.


It provides data and process analysis capabilities natively into the underlying information system. It is generally embedded with transactional process systems and applications.

Techopedia Explains Embedded Analytics

Embedded analytics primarily enables the transaction process system (TPS) or the information system to provide analytical services without being dependent on any external or third-party analytical application or system. It helps operations/IT managers in understanding, managing and optimizing the performance of the system.

Embedded analytics record, report and analyze every unique transaction, instance or process that takes place within the TPS or information system. The captured data is fed into an analytics dashboard and is also available in various report formats.


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