As an entrepreneur and a CEO of a startup, I think it’s vital to have a mentor. You often come to critical junctures and that’s when it can be invaluable to speak to someone. You can’t talk to your colleagues though because you need to motivate them and keep the organization growing.
Continuing my series of blogs examining the products, services and client benefits borne out of Yellowfin’s partnerships, I’m pleased to introduce our new fintech partner, ChartIQ.
One question that I’m often asked is ‘how do I justify funding for a BI project?’ The answer I give is that to win funding you need to stop thinking about BI as a project.
Recently I watched a video by Mico Yuk where she explains her approach to BI storyboarding. Mico Yuk is well-known in the BI space specifically around SAP and Lumira. She runs her own consultancy predominantly helping SAP customers build out BI projects for their own internal use cases.
Yellowfin has always been a data-focused organisation. But for far too long our finance team has relied on Excel as their core mechanism for analyzing our business. Recently, that’s changed at Yellowfin thanks to our new CFO, Keith Bold.