Achieving Business Intelligence in Midsize Companies

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Most companies have an incredible amount of data living in transaction-based, distributed systems and databases. But these databases are often not designed to communicate with one another, allow users to explore data in unusual ways, or quickly provide high-level summaries of data. Learn how business intelligence (BI) systems can provide these and other benefits, and how to implement BI in your organization.

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