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Case Study: Blue Mountain Resorts

Source: IBM
In 2001, a leading North American resort owner purchased a 50 percent interest in Blue Mountain Resorts. To prepare for the demands of being part of a publicly held company, Blue Mountain began evaluating business intelligence (BI) and performance management (PM) systems. Find out how the company’s chosen solution helped improve reporting, avoid head-count additions, reduce labor costs, and decrease inventory levels.


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