The Full Promise of Business Intelligence

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A good business intelligence system should allow IT and business users to break through irrelevant data to find what matters. Users should be able to access all data and understand what happened and why. Learn how purpose-built Web services architecture, and Web-based development and deployment is used by Cognos 8 BI.

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IBM Cognos Express: Breakthrough Business Intelligence and Performance Management for Workgroups and Midsize Organizations

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To be agile and compete with rivals, employees in midsize organizations need targeted, timely and accurate information. Business intelligence (BI) and performance management applications can increase visibility into key metrics to improve business processes and decision-making throughout an organization. Download this paper to learn how Cognos Express can help midsize companies improve performance.  Read More

Why Enterprise Resource Planning Software Is Your Best Business Intelligence Tool

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If a business is going to successfully operate competitively, it needs to expand its analytics processes beyond the rear-view mirror. In-context analytics derived from both historical information and real-time data provides more accurate and intuitively structured intelligence. Accessing this information through a built-in BI tool within an ERP environment enhances the process and empowers users to improve business outcomes in real time. 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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