Business Intelligence-The Way It Should Be

Enterprise software systems are critical elements of running a business. Unfortunately, they fall short when it comes to data access, analysis, and reporting. Business intelligence fills the gap. When looking at BI, start with a simple proposition: that everyone can do their job better if decisions are based on actual information rather than best guesses.
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