Logi Analytics has introduced new self-service business intelligence (BI) products to fulfill the requirements of business users.
The company’s Logi 12 solution meets the users’ analytical needs across the self-service continuum.
It features the new Logi DataHub product, new Discovery Module for Logi Info, and enhancements to its Logi Info business intelligence platform and Logi Vision discovery app.
According to the State of Self-Service BI Report, more than 90% of business and IT users said that it is key to access data and information without the need of IT.
The report confirms that business users want the flexibility to carry out tasks in their own time, which they think may result in increased operational efficiency.
Self-service BI lowers IT requests by 37% and makes users as well as the IT team more productive.
The report however revealed that just 22% of users currently have access to and use self-service BI tools. The demand from the public sector may increase the figure.
Torbay Council and Islington Borough Council are currently using analytics to drive efficiencies for delivering services and increased transparency.
Logi Analytics chief product officer Steven Schneider said: "Everyone is expected to make data-driven decisions, but organisations struggle with poor adoption of BI tools and frustrated end-users.
"The traditional one-size-fits-all BI approach often results in tools that are difficult to use, take too long to deliver, and don’t provide information in the context of where people work. With Logi 12, launched in July, we are breaking down barriers to broad-based user adoption by providing analytics products that can be tailored to every person in an organisation."