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Business Intelligence: A Guide for Midsize Companies - Improving Your Company’s Efficiency and Effectiveness, No Matter Its Size

Source: SAP
Your company’s focus has been on streamlining operations, acquiring customers, increasing revenues and profitability, and outpacing the competition, instead of analyzing what’s going on and planning for the future. Further, you need to know where to concentrate your efforts. This white paper offers guidance on how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your company with business intelligence.


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