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Why Manufacturers Need to Finally Get on Track with Business Intelligence (BI)

Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Published On: July 9 2007 More manufacturers would implement a business intelligence (BI) solution if they understood the true value BI brings to the organization. In this podcast, TEC analyst Lyndsay Wise sits down with Robert Abate, RCG IT’s principal consultant, to discuss why manufacturers should turn to BI to boost efficiencies and return on investment (ROI), and how to optimize a BI implementation.

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