The market continues to grow, as organizations strive to get a unified view of the information they are gathering from enterprise applications, Web sites, social media, mobile devices and the Internet of Things.
Here are 10 top business intelligence trends that will disrupt the industry in 2020 - from data quality management to data discovery, artificial intelligence and collaborative BI.
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Brian Ascher is a partner at Venrock, where he invests broadly across enterprise and fintech and serves on the boards of several companies, including Personal Capital, 6Sense, Socrates AI, Dynamic Signal, Retail Solutions, SmartBiz Loans, and Inrix.
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Clovis Oncology, currently the most expensive stock to short, boasts a 109% borrow fee according to data from S3 Partners, a financial analytics firm.
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