The Business Value of Business Intelligence

Now that technical aspects of delivering information to the business intelligence (BI) user community are understood, BI vendors are focused on market expansion through key initiatives, including advocating ‘BI for the masses.’ However promising expanded BI use may be, a careful and balanced discussion of the specific business and technical preconditions for capturing the business value of BI investments is needed.

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Finance Executives on the Value of Technology Investment for Midsize Companies

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Once you are able to provide people easy access to a little bit of information, they start asking for more—which ultimately sets a foundation for leveraging information to make better decisions. Read this report to learn why an integrated business intelligence (BI) and planning solution helps maximize the return on investment (ROI) in technology for midsize companies. Read More

Linked Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company

The data silos of today's business information systems (IS) applications, and the pressure from the current economic climate, globalization, and the Internet make it critical for companies to learn how to manage and extract value from their data. Linked enterprise data (LED) combines the benefits of business intelligence (BI), master data management (MDM), service-oriented architecture (SOA), and search engines to create links among existing data, break down data walls, provide an open, secure,... Read More

IBM Cognos Express: Integrated Business Intelligence and Performance Management for Your Midsize Business

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Watch this brief overview of IBM Cognos Express, the integrated business intelligence and planning solution that's priced and packaged specifically to meet the needs of midsize organizations. Read More

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