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Finance as Analytical Partner to the Business
When major economies are constrained, business leaders find their growth engines stuck in low gear. At times like these, financial leaders need to collaborate more closely with their operations counterparts and drive precision in performance management.A 2012 survey by Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services analyzed the views of C-level and line-of-business executives around the world on the drivers of operational performance and the types of new information they are using or considering to improve their financial and operational performance. This research report provides insights, examples, and recommendations on how finance professionals can collaborate effectively with operating managers to find the right strategic edge.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Finance as Analytical Partner to the Business Finance as Analytical Partner to the Business Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: When major economies are constrained, business leaders find their growth engines stuck in low gear. At times like these, financial leaders need to collaborate more closely with their operations counterparts and drive precision in performance management.A 2012 survey by Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services analyzed the views of C-level and line-of-business
7/8/2013 10:40:00 AM

Embedding BI in Enterprise Applications: Magnifying the Analytical Impact
The business world is evolving into one that rewards timely, data-supported decisions as a supplement or replacement for “gut-feel” judgments. The challenge is that most organizations have more data than they know what to do with. For software provider considering the addition of business intelligence (BI) capability and end-users exploring its business value, this brief seeks to investigate and quantify the business impact of embedded BI.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Enterprise Applications: Magnifying the Analytical Impact Embedding BI in Enterprise Applications: Magnifying the Analytical Impact Source: Mindshare Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: The business world is evolving into one that rewards timely, data-supported decisions as a supplement or replacement for “gut-feel” judgments. The challenge is that most organizations have more data than they know what to do with. For software provider considering the addition of business intelligence
2/8/2013 5:17:00 PM

Knosys in the Kno With ProClarity 3.0 Analytical Platform
Knosys, Inc. announced on November 6, 2000 that version 3.0 of its ProClarity® Analytical Platform and OLAP client are now available. The products were developed for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services, so ProClarity is completely tied to Microsoft software. In addition, Knosys has announced a partnership to collaborate with integrated enterprise and eBusiness applications vendor Epicor on development of a portal-based business intelligence solution. Epicor focuses exclusively on the mid-market.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Kno With ProClarity 3.0 Analytical Platform Knosys in the Kno With ProClarity 3.0 Analytical Platform M. Reed - November 15, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - November 15, 2000 Event Summary Knosys, Inc. announced on November 6, 2000 that version 3.0 of their ProClarity® Analytical Platform and OLAP client are now available. The products were developed specifically for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services. (For more information on SQL Server 2000 see What s new in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 .) The
11/15/2000

Choosing Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process
Because small to medium enterprises are limited in their resources, they must carefully consider which of the two major operating systems available—Microsoft Windows or Linux—will better serve their needs and be more cost-efficient to implement.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process Choosing Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process Igor Grubisic - December 19, 2006 Read Comments When deciding whether to implement an open source or closed source solution, small to medium enterprises must weigh the pros and cons of Linux (an open source operating system) and Microsoft Windows (a closed source operating system), and determine which of the two will serve their business needs at a cost that will suit
12/19/2006

TAB US, Inc.


ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Client Support Services, Training, and Implementation TAB provides small and large companies with strategic planning and related implementation services to help them define goals, manage risks, meet financial expectations, proactively manage an ever changing marketplace, and achieve competitive advantage and market leadership.

PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story
As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two manufacturing sites, 31 sales offices, and 17 databases.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two manufacturing sites, 31 sales offices, and 17 databases. PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story style= border-width:0px; />   comments
9/10/2007 4:42:00 PM

Growing Food and Beverage Businesses: Innovation to Maximize Market Opportunities
Growing Food and Beverage Businesses. Find Free Plan and Other Solutions to Define Your Project Implementation In Relation To Food and Beverage Businesses. Global demand for food and beverages continues to rise, and the market will pay a premium for partially prepared healthier choices. Food and beverage manufacturers with innovative solutions for these niche markets are in a position to gain brand dominance, resulting in higher revenues, profits, and market share. Discover tactical and strategic innovative practices that can help support changes in your business processes.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Growing Food and Beverage Businesses: Innovation to Maximize Market Opportunities Growing Food and Beverage Businesses: Innovation to Maximize Market Opportunities Source: Sage Document Type: White Paper Description: Global demand for food and beverages continues to rise, and the market will pay a premium for partially prepared healthier choices. Food and beverage manufacturers with innovative solutions for these niche markets are in a position to gain brand dominance, resulting in higher revenues,
4/8/2009 2:33:00 PM

Enterprise Resource Planning Vendor Gains Connectivity through Acquisition of Plant Intelligence Provider
SAP has gained connectivity to virtually any source on the plant floor and analytical functionality through its acquisition of Lighthammer's products for plant intelligence. SAP users in the process of evaluating plant intelligence solutions should seriously consider Lighthammer.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: the plant floor and analytical functionality with Lighthammer s products for plant intelligence. This meshes well with SAP s recent business intelligence (BI) dashboard forays (see Business Intelligence Corporate Performance Management Market Landscape ). Furthermore, a high percentage (over 85 percent) of Lighthammer s approximately 150 clients are also SAP clients, a fact which should help SAP manage these clients expectations. In addition, the improved plant-level functionality should make SAP more
2/7/2006

Operational Business Intelligence: The Lawson Approach
Traditional business intelligence (BI) software has not been available to line-of-business managers, frontline employees, or external stakeholders, but that is no longer the case. New BI solutions unite transactional and analytical worlds. Knowledge workers and executives can now analyze operational processes in real time. Decisions can be made and entered back into operational systems combining BI and performance management strategies.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: solutions unite transactional and analytical worlds. Knowledge workers and executives can now analyze operational processes in real time. Decisions can be made and entered back into operational systems combining BI and performance management strategies. Operational Business Intelligence: The Lawson Approach style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI) Related Industries:   Manufacturing,  
4/30/2007 1:41:00 PM

Logobiz Software


ANALYTICAL DEFINE: LOGOBIZ products and services focus on operational and financial data conversion. The vendor's products use online analytical processing (OLAP) and online transactional processing (OLTP).

Leveraging Device Generated Data for Business Growth
Businesses today are recognizing that data is an asset and proper analysis can help generate higher efficiencies, lower costs, improve customer service, and define new products. There is sizable excitement around this, especially as new sources of data are being tapped every day. However, a successful data management requires investment in people, processes, and technology. Most organizations fail because they lack the commitment required from management to create a holistic data-centric organization.

ANALYTICAL DEFINE: Leveraging Device Generated Data for Business Growth Leveraging Device Generated Data for Business Growth Source: Wipro Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Businesses today are recognizing that data is an asset and proper analysis can help generate higher efficiencies, lower costs, improve customer service, and define new products. There is sizable excitement around this, especially as new sources of data are being tapped every day. However, a successful data management requires
2/7/2013 12:28:00 AM


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