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Case Study: Island Hearing

Source: TARGIT
Island Hearing, Canada’s largest network of registered audiologists, aims to be efficient and cost effective. Essential to this goal is efficient data management, including the ability to access data quickly. But the company found data retrieval difficult with its existing tools. Learn how it implemented a business intelligence (BI) solution that “sliced and diced” the needed financial, sales, and budget information.


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