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The business intelligence landscape is always changing, but you will always need a place to store historical data in an accessible format and a semantic layer that presents the data to end users. For some that semantic layer is a cube and for others it might be another semantic technology.
Building a dashboard is easy, especially with all the options available on the market today. What can be an impediment to getting a dashboard that users will adopt is sometimes the information plumbing. Often times there will be quality issues in the data that need to be corrected before you make mission-critical decisions from it. Other questions that may arise include: Is your data easily accessible? Can data from multiple systems be easily correlated? Do the dashboard users know what they want? Will my dashboards and reports evolve with the business?