He said: "With the advent of ICCs (Integration Competency Centers) and robust data integration suites, companies can eliminate integration stovepipe efforts and work towards enabling one data integration backbone. Common people, processes and procedures work towards data integration.
BI 2.0 sounds cool and makes you think you need yet another BI tool. Of course that BI tool has to be the latest and greatest BI tool on the market today but don’t be fooled, it is really not about BI 2.0 but rather DI 2.0 (Data Integration 2.0.)"
I agree with him when he talks about data integration, but I think the new concepts of Data Integration are included in the concepts of BI 2.0.