What is Business Intelligence (BI)?
Business intelligence (BI) is a technology-driven process for analyzing data and presenting actionable information which helps executives, managers and other corporate users make informed business decisions.
BI encompasses a wide variety of tools, applications and methodologies that enable organizations to collect data from internal systems and external sources, prepare it for analysis, develop and run queries against that data and create reports, dashboards and data visualizations to make the analytical results available to corporate decision-makers, as well as operational workers.
Business intelligence can translate Organization’s collected data into insights of their business processes. The insights can be used to create strategic business decisions that improve productivity, increase revenue and accelerate growth.
The benefits of business intelligence tools are:
- Accelerating and improving decision-making
- Faster and accurate reporting, analysis, and planning
- Optimizing internal business processes
- Improving operational efficiency
- Driving new revenues
- Gaining a competitive advantage over business rivals
- Identifying market trends
- Identifying business problems
- Improved customer satisfaction
- Improved data quality
BI data can include historical information stored in a data warehouse, as well as new data gathered from source systems as it is generated, enabling BI tools to support both strategic and tactical decision-making processes.
DATA VISUALIZATIONS & DASHBOARDS
Data visualization tool that displays on a single screen the status of business analytics metrics, key performance indicators, and important data points for an organization, department, team, or process.
Report Scheduler can email reports to individuals and groups – in or outside of your organisation, automatically and in a choice of file formats.
Convert data into strategic information.
OLAP (online analytical processing)
OLAP is a database technology that has been optimized for querying and reporting, instead of processing transactions.
A self-service reporting solution allows users to quickly and easily generate powerful reports without technical skills.
Allows you to control exactly who sees what. Using groups and roles as well as row and column-based security, you can ensure a user only gets the information they need to see and nothing else.
With busy executives always on the go, it is crucial that they can easily access management information wherever they are, on a range of different devices such as mobile and tablet.
Easy Integration with existing processes.
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