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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.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: SAP and Business Intelligence SAP and Business Intelligence Source: Business Objects Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
2/7/2007 9:17:00 AM

Essential Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) exists in many corners of a company, and even outside its walls. BI is hidden in industry publications, staff knowledge, market research, sales data, project schedules, spreadsheets, and packaged and legacy software applications. Without a true and complete picture of all available data and information, you cannot effectively plan for success or appropriately leverage a BI system. Learn more.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: Essential Business Intelligence Essential Business Intelligence Source: Elegant MicroWeb Document Type: White Paper Description: Business intelligence (BI) exists in many corners of a company, and even outside its walls. BI is hidden in industry publications, staff knowledge, market research, sales data, project schedules, spreadsheets, and packaged and legacy software applications. Without a true and complete picture of all available data and information, you cannot effectively plan for success or
7/1/2009 4:14:00 AM

Marketing and Intelligence, Together at Last
Net Perceptions ties its own business intelligence package along with Angara’s technology for improving conversion rates into a tidy ASP package.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: a small or mid-sized business an ASP solution can be a good way to find out what various forms of eCRM can accomplish. First, we always urge that companies moving into eCRM do some baseline studies so that they can evaluate the actual improvement due to the new technology. (See Predictive Product Keeps Debtors Prison Empty ) Also, be aware that it isn t a trivial task, even with an ASP model, to get personalization up and running. It could require major redesign of your website to be able to make use
8/1/2000

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.”

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: 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

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.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: 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 implementing
6/30/2006

Hansells Builds for Future with Halo Business Intelligence


BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: for Future with Halo Business Intelligence Hansells Builds for Future with Halo Business Intelligence Source: Halo Business Intelligence Document Type: Case Study Description: Hansells Builds for Future with Halo Business Intelligence style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Halo Business Intelligence Learn more about Halo Business Intelligence
7/16/2013 2:24:00 PM

Understanding Business Intelligence and Your Bottom Line
But now you can get the straight facts on BI in the informative white paper understanding business intelligence and your bottom line.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: Understanding Business Intelligence and Your Bottom Line Understanding Business Intelligence and Your Bottom Line Are you interested in business intelligence (BI), but lacking a clear picture of exactly what it is—and what it does ? Or how much BI is sufficient for a small or midsized business? With all the myths, buzzwords, and confusion surrounding BI, it s no surprise if the whole story is a bit fuzzy. But now you can get the straight facts on BI in the informative white paper Understanding Business
4/27/2009

Business Intelligence (BI) as a Tool for Middle Management
For a full picture of the business environment and make the best decisions, middle managers must have access to business intelligence (BI). You can’t focus on only the functional level—you must see the relationships among various business components. And you can—with a BI tool that’s easily accessible no matter where you reside in the enterprise, and that’s flexible enough to meet each department’s reporting needs.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: Business Intelligence (BI) as a Tool for Middle Management Business Intelligence (BI) as a Tool for Middle Management Source: Elegant MicroWeb Document Type: White Paper Description: For a full picture of the business environment and make the best decisions, middle managers must have access to business intelligence (BI). You can’t focus on only the functional level—you must see the relationships among various business components. And you can—with a BI tool that’s easily accessible no matter where
7/1/2009 4:20:00 AM

Mobile Business Intelligence: A Growing Enterprise Trend
Business processes are changing. In a fast-moving business world, organizations need to be able to make informed decisions on the fly to seize opportunities and react to deviations as they occur. A new generation of increasingly sophisticated mobile yet consumer-friendly business intelligence (BI) solutions are providing users with the ability to access relevant data whenever needed. Read this report to learn about what type of businesses are adopting mobile BI solutions and at what rate, based on responses from a survey of 1,000 enterprises across four different regions and eleven different verticals.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: sophisticated mobile yet consumer-friendly business intelligence (BI) solutions are providing users with the ability to access relevant data whenever needed. Read this report to learn about what type of businesses are adopting mobile BI solutions and at what rate, based on responses from a survey of 1,000 enterprises across four different regions and eleven different verticals. Mobile Business Intelligence: A Growing Enterprise Trend style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related
6/4/2013 11:12:00 AM

How Smart HR Departments Win With Ultipro Business Intelligence
It's not easy being in human resources (HR). Globalization, a challenging economy, advances in technology, a competitive labor market, and a more fluid workforce have all had a significant impact on the way that HR executives do their jobs. In addition, the field is becoming increasingly more complex. Learn how integrating business intelligence (BI) with HR can generate efficiencies and make strategic decisions around staffing.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: Departments Win With Ultipro Business Intelligence How Smart HR Departments Win With Ultipro Business Intelligence Source: Ultimate Software Document Type: White Paper Description: It s not easy being in human resources (HR). Globalization, a challenging economy, advances in technology, a competitive labor market, and a more fluid workforce have all had a significant impact on the way that HR executives do their jobs. In addition, the field is becoming increasingly more complex. Learn how integrating busi
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

2011 Trends Report: Business Intelligence (BI)
The current economic environment is marked by more frequent changes than in the past. It’s no wonder that more businesses are looking to business intelligence (BI) software to identify and analyze business data to speed responses to these changes. So, what changes are ahead for BI? In this guide, experts Bill Cabiro, David Crandall, Wayne Kernochan, Kirsty Lee, Clarice Lin and Shawn Rogers share their predictions for BI.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST TRAINING: 2011 Trends Report: Business Intelligence (BI) 2011 Trends Report: Business Intelligence (BI) Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: The current economic environment is marked by more frequent changes than in the past. It’s no wonder that more businesses are looking to business intelligence (BI) software to identify and analyze business data to speed responses to these changes. So, what changes are ahead for BI? In this guide, experts Bill Cabiro, David Crandall, Wayne Kernochan,
7/29/2011 3:14:00 PM


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