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BI Approaches of Enterprise Software Vendors
The need for business intelligence (BI) is real for all enterprise software users. It is rare to find a user who feels they get the information they need from

bi vendors  follows this strategy? These BI vendors tend to offer product suites that are broad but lack deep industry specific needs. Are your industry specific needs provided by the solution? The horizontal BI vendor may have a large customer base, but limited customers in your specific industry. Does this make a difference to you? As both the enterprise and BI products evolve, who is responsible for keeping the two in synch? Who is responsible for the integration? A solution based upon a BI product from a Read More
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BI Hits the Road III: Two Niche Vendors Considered
As I’m writing this post, more software vendors are launching their mobile business intelligence (BI) solutions. So I’ve decided to hurry up and start talking

bi vendors  are shaping the mobile BI space. In this installment of BI Hits the Road (see Part 1 and Part 2 ) I will describe some of the features of two specific mobile BI solutions offered by a couple of vendors: Roambi from MeLLmo and Visual KPI from Transpara. They are both very competent solutions, but they have important differences regarding their platforms and market focus. This comparison might help you define what you’re looking for from a mobile BI solution. For this review exercise, I’ll be Read More
To BI or not to BI
Nowadays a company should not even question whether it needs business intelligence (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future

bi vendors  All These Problems? Many BI vendors will probably answer: yes—our product.   Still, according to a 2009 Gartner report , 35 percent of the top 5,000 companies will not make the right decisions when it comes to actions they need to take to adapt to a changing market. This is caused by the lack of proper information, processes, and tools, which in turn is the result of unsuccessful BI selection and implementation processes. If you’re looking for a BI tool and to be part of the 65 percent who will not Read More
Marquee Vendors Partner for Deepening Inherent CRM and BI Links
Despite the logic behind combining customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence (BI) elements, the implementation of marketing automation

bi vendors  Deepening Inherent CRM and BI Links Event Summary The strong connection between business intelligence (BI) and customer relationship management (CRM) is being recognized by companies and vendors alike. In order to extend the customer life cycle and meet customer needs, enterprises are looking beyond mere call lists and focus group information. They are seeking to exploit the vast amounts of information they already have on their customers, in order to build more effective marketing strategies, retain Read More
BI on the Go . . . So, Who’s Using Mobile BI?
In this first of two posts, TEC senior BI and data management analyst Jorge García presents some of the main findings of the TEC 2014 mobile survey on the usage

bi vendors  success from their high-profile BI solutions. Other vendors such as Tableau, QlikView, MicroStrategy, and Information Builders are rapidly establishing themselves as major BI providers and making their presence known on the mobile BI stage. Though the information presented in this post can be considered neither conclusive nor extensive, it can be used as a good starting point or basic point of reference for gauging what mobile BI solutions your peers in companies with a similar size as yours and in the Read More
Operational BI
By adopting traditional business intelligence (BI) tools, companies have gained valuable insights into past activities and results. However, with operational BI

bi vendors  BI By adopting traditional business intelligence (BI) tools, companies have gained valuable insights into past activities and results. However, with operational BI that is different from standard and tactical BI, promptness of information and data in real-time or near real-time is established. Learn how operational BI can boost the timeliness and accuracy of business decisions, and improve operational efficiency and results. Read More
Focus Experts’ Briefing: BI Data and Metrics
Business intelligence (BI) solutions can help businesses to become more intelligent about key operations and processes. But BI solutions are only as valuable as

bi vendors  Experts’ Briefing: BI Data and Metrics Business intelligence (BI) solutions can help businesses to become more intelligent about key operations and processes. But BI solutions are only as valuable as the data that is fed into them and the key performance indicators (KPIs) they monitor. Well-chosen KPIs and quality data ensure that BI solutions generate reliable, actionable information. Find out how to get the best information into and out of your BI solutions. Read More
SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us
Conventional business intelligence (BI) tools are often not available to decision makers and are typically designed for use by trained business analysts. Learn

bi vendors  BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us Conventional business intelligence (BI) tools are often not available to decision makers and are typically designed for use by trained business analysts. Learn about software-as-a-service (SaaS) BI tools designed to help non-IT people who struggle with the task of mining Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and other unstructured data sources to make sales forecasts, plan for resource utilization, or service customer accounts. Read More
BI360: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

bi vendors  a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to analytics, querying, reporting, workflow, and in-depth analysis. Read More
The Reinvention of Software Vendors and End-User Value
Application vendors are focusing on their install base as their primary source of revenue while cutting costs to provide profitability.Most vendors will tell

bi vendors  cutting costs to provide profitability. The result is a drastic change in their business model. The old business model of New Accounts At All Cost must morph in to a Love the Customer model. Most vendors will tell you that they are both new account and customer oriented, and some have struck this balance. But the vast majority have been worshipping at the Wall Street idol of new accounts for so long that the reality is, they have a new account business model. Changing A Business Model Not Easy Read More
BI: On Demand, On Premise, Open Source, or Outsourced?
On-premise or on-demand, business intelligence (BI) solutions can help businesses become more intelligent about key processes. But what are the benefits to

bi vendors  benefits to implementing cloud-based BI over traditional software? Are on-demand BI applications as popular in the enterprise as they are with midmarket companies? And what are some reasons people don’t outsource BI? Find out the answers to these questions and more. Download this guide now. Read More
CIO Horror Stories and What They Mean For Vendors
Customers and vendors do not always see eye to eye as illustrated in the following horror stories about how customers have been treated by vendors. The vendors

bi vendors  the company has $2 billion (USD) in revenue, with operations in 22 countries. Headquarters (HQ) is located in a major metropolitan area where they have no significant information technology (IT). Their processing power is at four distributed data centers located in the US (three) and Europe (one). Before consolidation in the late nineties, they had twenty-seven smaller datacenters supporting country or regional operations. You're a Class C Customer When the company had twenty-seven data centers, they had Read More
JDA Portfolio: For the Retail Industry Part Six: ERP Vendors and User Recommendations
ERP vendors promise products linking to financial and manufacturing systems (which logically, is currently the vendor's own system) and include collaborative

bi vendors  plans to establish this capability as a defining and differentiating characteristic of its next generation PortfolioEnabled solutions over the upcoming months and years. JDA Portfolio 2004.1 software and service offerings are detailed in Parts Two through Four of this note. One should also never underestimate the threat of traditional ERP providers that have lately made serious strides in the retail sector. For a discussion of the competition from Lawson Software , see Lawson's Approach to the Retail Read More
ERP Vendors, Are You Green Enough?
Disclaimer: The idea behind this post is strictly based on an assumption that has no scientific proof—and an approach that is very simplified. Thus, the results

bi vendors  that, in general, the bigger an ERP vendor is, the more green capability it can (or shall) offer. What else we can do with the chart? ERP vendors may use the trend line to determine whether they have enough green exposure on the Internet. For example, if your revenue is $1 billion, your green count benchmark should be 625 (convert your revenue into $M and plug it into the formula mentioned above, 1.7564*1000 – 1131.1 = 625) If you have high green count then you are doing better on the environmental Read More
Working with Smaller ERP Vendors: The Pros and the Cons
During briefings with small ERP vendors, I often hear the argument that they are more flexible and can better respond to their customers’ needs than larger

bi vendors  with Smaller ERP Vendors: The Pros and the Cons During briefings with small ERP vendors, I often hear the argument that they are more flexible and can better respond to their customers’ needs than larger vendors. The ultimate example: “You can even talk to the CEO if you need to.” But would you want to? Bypassing the usual workflows and calling the CEO (this actually really happens) may not be a recipe for the best technical support ever. Besides, from my experience working with and for small Read More

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