Nigel Pendse is the principal analyst and author of the well known OLAP and OLAP Survey Report, which provide key information in the world of Business Intelligence, especially if you select a tool on which to base a BI system and to obtain an analysis professional and independent of the best products available on the market.

The consultant BARC, current owner of the reports published two articles on your website very interesting and translated into Castilian by Nigel Pendse.

In Nigel Pendse explains the process for Business Intelligence projects, the author provides several guidelines for the implementation and subsequent maintenance of a successful Business Intelligence project. The points covered are:

- The need 
- Product Selection 
- Who to involve 
- Data 
- Time Scales 
- Estimated size of the database 
- Considerations of the network and hardware 
- Costs involved 
- Project Leader 
- Maintenance 
- What is wrong?

In Nigel Pendse speaks about Business Intelligence played an interview in which the same Nigel explains what both the OLAP Report and the OLAP Survey, and responds to these interesting questions related technologies, job profiles and market trends of the world BI:

- Nigel, you are known throughout the world as one of the most important analysts of OLAP, Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management (CPM).Could you briefly describe what your job?

- How many customers or users normally participate in a poll?

- The BI market has many vendors and products. How to create some comparisons?

- Right now, you've completed your research on the OLAP Survey 5. Have you found some new trends that have called your attention?

- But these problems could be solved through technology? 
In their work, how many companies have seen their standard of BI and CPM applications successfully using a single vendor?

- Do you believe that the BI and OLAP are issues that are related to IT and business professionals ... or both?

- Analysts and consultants can assist companies in their search for BI solutions. What these approaches differ?

- Do you think the average user understands the difference?

- Where do you think the market will be positioned over the next five years? Do you think the market will continue consolidating and will remain for a few?