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Business Intelligence
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Intelligence. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make better decisions, by providing the right information to the right people at the right time. Moreover, employees increasingly suffer from information overload, and require solutions that make informed decisions a more natural part of the everyday work experience.

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10/24/2006 1:41:00 PM

The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 1) » The TEC Blog
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23-10-2009

Business Intelligence Vendors
Current pure play business intelligence (BI) leaders offer the advantage of superior analytics and planning capabilities; however, enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors are improving their analytic capabilities and accessibility.

ARTICLES FROM AUSTRALASIAN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: Business Intelligence Vendors Business Intelligence Vendors Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - July 14, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The demand for accurate, timely information across disparate systems in an enterprise has been answered by vendors touting some or near total corporate performance management (CPM) capabilities. Yet, while there are plenty of vendors to choose from, there is no overall CPM market leader. Attempting to gain a competitive advantage in the crowded business intelligence
7/14/2005

The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 2) » The TEC Blog
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29-10-2009

Business Intelligence: A Guide for Midsize Companies
Business Intelligence: a Guide for Midsize Companies. Documents and Other Dynamic System to Use In Your Midsize Organization In Relation TO Business Intelligence and Date Warehouse. Business intelligence (BI) is not a new concept. What’s new is that BI tools are now accessible for midsize companies. Managers can use BI to analyze complex information to support their decision-making processes, combining data from a variety of sources to get an integrated, 360-degree view of the company. Find out how to select the right BI software, the right vendor, and the right approach to implementing BI.

ARTICLES FROM AUSTRALASIAN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: Business Intelligence: A Guide for Midsize Companies Business Intelligence: A Guide for Midsize Companies Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Business intelligence (BI) is not a new concept. What’s new is that BI tools are now accessible for midsize companies. Managers can use BI to analyze complex information to support their decision-making processes, combining data from a variety of sources to get an integrated, 360-degree view of the company. Find out how to select the right BI
1/20/2009 12:08:00 PM

Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence
Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence. Get Free Data and Other Software to Define Your Evaluation Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence. Business intelligence (BI) capabilities transform vast amounts of data into relevant information that organizations rely on to make decisions and manage performance. Most companies have some form of BI, and most are familiar with its benefits. However, in order to extract maximum advantage from BI initiatives, it is necessary to be aware of—and avoid—their seven “fatal flaws.”

ARTICLES FROM AUSTRALASIAN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence Source: Colman Computer Services Document Type: White Paper Description: Business intelligence (BI) capabilities transform vast amounts of data into relevant information that organizations rely on to make decisions and manage performance. Most companies have some form of BI, and most are familiar with its benefits. However, in order to extract maximum advantage from BI initiatives, it is necessary to be aware
12/14/2005 4:37:00 PM

Business Intelligence… PRONTO! (PRONTO-Xi + IBM Cognos 10) » The TEC Blog
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25-10-2010

Microsoft Takes A Shot at the Business Intelligence Market
Microsoft Business Scorecard Manager 2005 has allowed Microsoft to enter the business intelligence (BI) market by using its client base to expand its offering. Microsoft offers a complete solution with its SQL Server platform, OLAP, reporting analysis, and scorecarding capabilities.

ARTICLES FROM AUSTRALASIAN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: Microsoft Takes A Shot at the Business Intelligence Market Microsoft Takes A Shot at the Business Intelligence Market Lyndsay Wise - June 30, 2006 Read Comments Introduction Although business intelligence (BI) touts itself as being able to provide analytics to the general user population within organizations, in most instances only a small portion of decision makers actually use BI tools and applications. Generally, applications are implemented in silos across an organization. In some cases, this means
6/30/2006

SAP and Business Intelligence
Chances are that SAP applications play a role in your enterprise. SAP’s prowess at managing large volumes of transactional data has made it the leader in enterprise resource planning (ERP). As of January 2003, SAP claims more than 56,000 installations. Yet despite their popularity, SAP applications in many organizations remain semi-isolated and untapped for the business intelligence (BI) they contain.

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2/7/2007 9:17:00 AM

How Business Intelligence Happens
Find out how business intelligence (BI) happens!Download free TEC white papers and learn how to implement a BI system in your organization. Traditionally, business intelligence (BI) isn’t something you just install onto a server or client computer—which may be why some midsize companies have avoided it. Learn the basic processes by which BI is introduced into an environment, find out why it’s traditionally a time‐consuming and expensive proposition for most companies, and discover some of the ways in which you can implement BI more easily and for less money.

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3/31/2010 1:24:00 PM

Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged? What does the terminology surrounding it mean, and what is its current state of affairs?

ARTICLES FROM AUSTRALASIAN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: Business Intelligence Status Report Business Intelligence Status Report Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - June 27, 2005 Read Comments History and Current Status Economic and regulatory pressures have made a broad set of technologies called business intelligence (BI), more important than ever for all enterprise application users. Users rarely feel satisfied with the amount of information they can extract, if they can extract any at all, from their enterprise applications. Enterprise resource planning
6/27/2005


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