BI Is Indeed Counter-Cyclical, And Led By SAP BusinessObjects

June 12, 2009
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It’s official: according to Gartner, as reported by Mary Hayes Weier in Information Week, business intelligence is indeed counter-cyclical (see earlier post on Why Will 2009 be a Great Year for Business Intelligence). Despite the tough economic climate, BI is growing at a healthy 22%, with SAP/Business Objects leading the pack with 24% of the market, or $2.1 billion in sales last year.

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It’s official: according to Gartner, as reported by Mary Hayes Weier in Information Week, business intelligence is indeed counter-cyclical (see earlier post on Why Will 2009 be a Great Year for Business Intelligence). Despite the tough economic climate, BI is growing at a healthy 22%, with SAP/Business Objects leading the pack with 24% of the market, or $2.1 billion in sales last year.

Here are the market shares, in Xcelsius:

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