Business Intelligence at a Glance
Visual Data Discovery
Ease and Use of Self-Service
Agile Rapid Prototyping
Cube Mashup Data Warehouse
Why Business Intelligence?
Because companies have multiple data sources and need an integrated view of information to discover patterns and associations for new markets, products, or service capabilities. Leveraging Business Intelligence allows companies to gain a better understanding of key business and sales metrics, and to predict future performance. Business Intelligence applications are key to uncovering actionable intelligence which ultimately drives business transformation.
The Impact of Business Intelligence
Business Intelligence offers deeper diagnostic analytics capabilities than most organizations.
- Actionable Intelligence: Provides actionable intelligence in real-time.
- Information Integration: Remove the barriers between silos of data to provide more accurate forecasts.
- Sales Personalization: The contribution that business intelligence makes to the overall success of an enterprise cannot be overstated in today’s digital economy.
- Speedy Answers: Combines online transactional interactions with analytics and search operations at lightning-fast machine speeds.
- Real-Time Decision Making: Allows companies to make executive decisions in real time on the basis of current data.
- Data Visualization: Offers a wide range of ways to view information, allowing executives, salespeople and business users instant insight by visualization tools.
- Self-Service: Dig deeper into the data by leveraging self-service visualization tools to create charts and graphs.
- Mobile BI and Enhanced Information Access: Access the information you need, when you need it, regardless of time or place.
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