That's not really descriptive enough, so my BI 2.0 would:
- track business events
- make decisions in close to real-time
- use SOA and Web 2.0 technologies
IDC says business analytics, I'm assuming the software, is the cornerstone for the newly emerging BI 2.0 concept -- giving us decision-centric BI. Sounds like this will give business people the automated support they need from their BI system!
But don't get juiced up just yet. These waters are muddy. Here are other statements muddying the market around BI 2.0:
- BI 2.0 sounds similar to Enterprise Decision Mgmt: the automation and improvement of operational business decisions.
- "It is also interesting to note that BI 2.0 is complementary and supportive of many of the requirements of BPM 2.0." - Craig Schiff's BPM article
- "Operational analytics is a key component of the next wave of business performance management, as described in Craig Schiff's recent article Performance Management 2.0.