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    Tommy Patterson welcomes Jeff Melton to the show as they discuss how Microsoft IT uses the Agile Development process for Self-Service BI. Tune in as they discuss the impact self-service business intelligence capabilities have on business analysts, IT organizations as well as the overall business and learn how Microsoft utilizes Agile Development best practices to ensure a smooth ROI.

    • [2:10] What is self-service BI and what problem does it solve for organizations and businesses?
    • [3:36] How do you get started with this?
    • [5:29] What does the Agile Development process look like for implementing self-service BI?
    • [20:10] Let’s talk about the partnership between the end-user and IT…
    • [23:40] How about some key takeaways for our audience…
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