The project I’m currently working on has a requirement to develop a report titled Monthly Financial Statistics for the healthcare industry. The requirement was to generate this report for various organizations against a particular year and month.
According to Gartner, the famous technology research group, 70% to 80% of Business Intelligence (BI) and data warehousing (DW) projects end up in the trash bin. BI projects often fail, incurring colossal losses to organizations. Why do DW/BI projects fail? What can organizations do to avoid pitfalls that cause DW/BI projects to fail?
Processes and Agility are vital for any software development company, irrespective of the maturity level; however, organizations sometimes lose the real Purpose of processes and agility, which is bringing Business Value to the organization. Let’s see how Processes, Agility, Purpose & Business Value come in to play in an ideal scenario.
Most software engineers spend unnatural working hours writing code for enterprise problems which, to be honest, is an industry cliché. Yes, deriving solutions for complex business problems can be the reward but after doing it for a few years one might want to consider broadening their domain especially in the arena of embedded systems.