BMR Tones Up Sales Performance with Advanced Analytics

Bio Medical Research (BMR) was replacing its core enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, and saw this as an opportunity to enhance its business analytics capabilities. And as a midsized business, BMR wanted to find an affordable solution that would offer enterprise-class functionality. Download this case study to learn about the way IBM Cognos Express helped BMR tone up its sales performance with advanced analytics.
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