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And so when it comes down to front end BI then in an agile data access world, the front end to the end users in anyway won't work radically different from what they are used to. You will still be building out reports and dashboards, scorecards and time series analysis and forecasts and presenting them with of course hopefully an ever more sophisticated visualization and interaction capability. But fundamentally those are the dominant type of applications that you will continue to build out and deliver into all manner of business rules and processes.
But fundamentally in the back end it's all going to be changing, moving towards this agile distributed federated cloud oriented increasingly approach to unifying and virtualizing access to all data sources. This is agile data access. It all sounds ambitious, but really when you are trying to justify going this approach where do you start, on what sort of projects, what sort of requirements?
Well really any analytics, any BI effort, any reporting initiative where you need rapid, on-demand access to information anywhere at anytime for any purpose, fundamentally, agile data access is the enabler for that vision so that you can rapidly discover any information internal and external to your company quickly, access it, share, invoke it, reuse it and publish. Really so you can then aggregate and visualize and cleanse and build predictive models in a way that’s very fast where you need to do as little new coding as absolutely essential because it's all been built for you already or much of it of the underlying functionality.