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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Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions

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For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant configuration and integration. In contrast, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can reduce the cost of a BI deployment by providing automation and pre-integration. Compare total cost of ownership (TCO) for traditional, open source, and SaaS BI solutions. Read More

The Intelligent Integrated Enterprise Advantage

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Many organizations are making investments in their customer service, knowing full well that customers that are consistently being treated well are going to remain loyal to the business. And being treated well begins with the design of systems responsible for delivering a great experience. Focusing on customer-centric design that involves the application of intelligence to identify problems in coordination across integrated systems is an important way to gain control over meeting customer expectations.  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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