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Cloud business intelligence (BI) solutions?also known as software-as-a-service (SaaS) or on-demand solutions?can offer a timely and cost-effective resource for businesses of all sizes to maximize their business potential and minimize costs. Relative to traditional BI solutions, cloud BI solutions offer substantial business benefits. Find out what those benefits are, and how to make them work for you.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Software as a Service (SaaS), Birst
Traditional business intelligence (BI) solutions are becoming a thing of the past. Companies today are moving toward business solutions that can help maintain a competitive edge while empowering business executives across the enterprise. Operational BI is an approach that incorporates traditional BI best practices with the benefits of real-time information flow, resulting in more user-directed initiatives.
Related to Traditional BI: Accounting and Financial Management, Business Intelligence (BI), Customer Service and Support, Enterprise Asset Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Human Resources, Office Application and Automation, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Project and Process Management, Risk Management, Sales Force Automation (SFA), Supply Chain Management (SCM), InetSoft Technology, Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services, Finance and Insurance, Manufacturing, Retail Trade, Transportation and Warehousing, Wholesale Trade
For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant configuration and integration. In contrast, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can reduce the cost of a BI deployment by providing automation and pre-integration. Compare total cost of ownership (TCO) for traditional, open source, and SaaS BI solutions.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Free and Open Source Software (FOSS), Software as a Service (SaaS), Birst
For many companies, a challenging business event or critical business pain precipitates a conversation about business intelligence (BI). But don?t wait until you introduce new products, upgrade your IT environment, or notice that your inventory is increasing but not your sales. Find out how to build a return on investment (ROI) for your BI applications and projects, so you can leverage your own data before it?s too late.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Business Performance Management (BPM), Data Management and Analysis, Data Mining, Outsourcing, Practices and Business Issues, Return on Investment (ROI), Oco, Inc
IT departments rarely know as much about a business as the business people themselves. But business users still depend on IT to deliver answers related to the information that they receive. Learn how business intelligence (BI) 2.0?also known as collaborative BI?is helping business users create and modify their own reports, share and enrich information, and provide feedback to each other and to information producers.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Collaboration and Groupware, Data Management and Analysis, Decision Making, End-User Query and Reporting, Software Selection, Technology Evaluation Centers, Industry Independent
Users of SQL Server value its power, speed, and affordability. But research shows that these users often face significant challenges in producing the business intelligence (BI)?reports, analysis, and dashboards?that they need to gain insight into their businesses. Learn how to evaluate three BI alternatives for Microsoft SQL users, and discover a new reporting and BI paradigm for SQL Server.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), End-User Query and Reporting, SQL, Birst
To survive in today?s ever-changing business environment, you need to make decisions and act quickly. To thrive, you need to do so more quickly than your competitors. Business intelligence (BI) solutions can support your ability to identify business opportunities and challenges, and to address them fast. Learn about a BI product that can help you identify challenges and opportunities and take action to capitalize on them.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Decision Making, Enterprise Management, Executive Views, Return on Investment (ROI), Technology Tools and Methods, Technology Evaluation Centers
The old approaches for collecting, assimilating, and delivering business intelligence (BI) data have not kept pace with today?s increasing demand for rapid decision making. Many companies use static reports and ad hoc queries, but fewer companies use dashboards and portals?which often lack the interactivity required for navigation and visualization of business data. Learn how a next-generation dashboard solution can help.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Decision Making, Enterprise Information Portal (EIP), Practices and Business Issues, SAP
The IT investments that have allowed firms in process industries to increase the efficiency of their operations and supply chains have also created vast stores of data. Unfortunately, many companies are still unable redeploy that data to drive innovation. Learn how the next generation of business intelligence (BI) tools can help your company gain a competitive advantage by harnessing the information IT systems generate.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Business Performance Management (BPM), Competitive Analysis, Data Management and Analysis, Manufacturing Management, Material Management, Process Manufacturing, Production and Supply Planning, Supplier Relationship Management (SRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), SAP, Manufacturing
Web-based business intelligence (BI) is no longer an anomaly: organizations are ready for BI solutions that go beyond Web portals. However, when selecting Web-based BI applications, organizations must evaluate architecture, rather than features or functions. What differentiators do you need to look for before embarking on a full-scale BI implementation? And which vendors offer the solution your organization truly needs?
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), End-User Query and Reporting, On-line Analytical Processing (OLAP) and Multi-dimensional Analysis, Statistical Data Analysis, Technology Evaluation Centers, Industry Independent
Sadly, a division exists between business analysts and IT?they often perform separate data-related duties. There are benefits for companies that unite business analytics with business intelligence. But the adaptive information cycle?a model linking the center-out approach of traditional data warehousing to the emergent prototyping typifying today?s analytic environment?is not as complex as it may sound. Learn more.
Related to Traditional BI: Business Intelligence (BI), Business Performance Management (BPM), Data Management and Analysis, Data Mart, Data Mining, Data Warehouse, Development, Information Lifecycle Management, Integrated Development Environment (IDE), IT Monitoring and Management, Knowledge Management and Collaboration, Lyzasoft
Even in tough economic times, innovative small-to-midsized companies can still find opportunities for growth. Technology and business software solutions like enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), product lifecycle management (PLM), and supplier relationship management (SRM) can help your company ride out the global economic downturn. Find out how.
Related to Traditional BI: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Supplier Relationship Management (SRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), SAP
 
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