I would add to Jim’s list. I would add mobile BI. We are seeing mobile BI really picking up right now. So you are probably seeing old cartoons where the snake swallowed an elephant. You see this big lump in the snake that looks like an elephant. Well you know it’s kind of like your network cable, right? The big data is coming out through the cable.
So that one of the mega trends is just simply about a kind of scalability crisis for some organizations around data volume, but I have to say that crisis has been subsiding in recent years, about the last five years. And it’s ironic, we are now in the age of Big Data, but for organizations that have kept up-to-date with their IT and data infrastructure, there are modern technologies for that which can scale and deal with very large data sets. So giant data volumes is not the crisis it was, but it’s still a big issue, and it’s still probably the number one mega trends that’s creating the most bottlenecks.
Eric Kavanagh: Yeah, well, you know, it’s interesting the change in the marketplace. We actually talked a few weeks ago in a fairly philosophical show about how things really seem to be coming around in a fairly significant way these days such that organizations are increasingly looking to kind of move out from that traditional world of offline analytics and instead tie those analytics back into our personal systems. We all know things like Netflix with next best offer and stuff like that, but there are lots of other things you can do I mean think in terms of supply chain management when a particular part, for example, with the tragedy out there in Japan, is not going to be available because there was an earthquake or tsunami or something like that. If you are really on your game in terms of real-time data integration or tracking various things, various feeds, you can respond a lot more quickly than other organizations that are not, right?