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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 GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: 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

What s Really Driving Business Intelligence?
Typical explanations given for increased spending in business intelligence include, meeting government regulations, managing information overload, tracking corporate goals, and improving competitive response. However, a deeper drive for BI stems from the need to quantify the intangibles that underlie the market value of a business.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: the Deeper Trend in Business Intelligence If you follow the logic of the major analysts covering the business intelligence (BI) market, the market drivers for business intelligence software are based on fairly simple environmental factors. The most commonly cited market drivers are the following: Increasing Regulation —New laws in both the US and Europe are requiring companies to make their external reporting more transparent, forcing business to develop better systems for storing and retrieving the
3/11/2005

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 GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: 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

Innovations in Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) is in the midst of a new wave of innovations. Ideas in the search space, software as a service, and real-time analytics are extending the reach of BI across the complete size spectrum of organizations. This article looks at these technologies and their impact on businesses.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: Innovations in Business Intelligence Innovations in Business Intelligence Anna Mallikarjunan - July 17, 2009 Read Comments Business intelligence (BI) 2.0 may have been overshadowed by all the excitement around its cooler cousin Web 2.0, but it cannot be ignored. It is time to take a down-to-earth look at a few recent advances that are making BI more accessible, affordable, and relevant to businesses than ever before. The most observable changes in BI over the past two to three years have occurred in the
7/17/2009

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 GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: 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

In-memory Analytics: Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Business Intelligence
While earlier generations of business intelligence (BI) tools were sized and priced for enterprise organizations, that’s changing. New technologies, including in-memory analytics and interactive visualization, are making it possible for a broader range of users to build and use BI applications. Learn how these technologies are leveling the playing field—allowing midsize organizations to compete with larger enterprises.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Business Intelligence In-memory Analytics: Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Business Intelligence Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: While earlier generations of business intelligence (BI) tools were sized and priced for enterprise organizations, that’s changing. New technologies, including in-memory analytics and interactive visualization, are making it possible for a broader range of users to build and use BI applications. Learn how these
2/2/2010 2:21:00 PM

Moving to Self-Service Business Intelligence
Learn how in the Forrester report Why and How Enterprises are Moving to Self-service Business Intelligence.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: Moving to Self-Service Business Intelligence Moving to Self-Service Business Intelligence With the crushing volume of data most businesses deal with, your knowledge workers probably spend more time searching for the information they need than actually performing their jobs. And the problem is only getting worse. The solution isn’t more complex and expensive enterprise business intelligence (BI) solutions. Nor are user installed patchwork tools the answer —and can create operational and compliance
8/30/2010 4:07:00 PM

Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies
Discover the top three myths of business intelligence (BI) for midsize companies.Become an expert of business intelligence. Read this whitepaper! There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to adopt and use than the ones designed for giant enterprises. Learn the truth behind the top three myths about BI.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to
3/31/2010 1:26:00 PM

A Practical Framework for Business Intelligence and Planning in Midsize Companies
Every company needs a clear set of goals and objectives to achieve maximum benefits from its business intelligence (BI) and planning projects. But a company must do more than state its goals to achieve its BI and planning objectives. It needs a working framework that provides a blueprint for success. Learn how a software solution can provide essential BI and planning functions while setting the stage for future growth.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: A Practical Framework for Business Intelligence and Planning in Midsize Companies A Practical Framework for Business Intelligence and Planning in Midsize Companies Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Every company needs a clear set of goals and objectives to achieve maximum benefits from its business intelligence (BI) and planning projects. But a company must do more than state its goals to achieve its BI and planning objectives. It needs a working framework that provides a blueprint for
3/31/2010 1:23:00 PM

Achieving Business Intelligence in Midsize Companies
Most companies have an incredible amount of data living in transaction-based, distributed systems and databases. But these databases are often not designed to communicate with one another, allow users to explore data in unusual ways, or quickly provide high-level summaries of data. Learn how business intelligence (BI) systems can provide these and other benefits, and how to implement BI in your organization.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE GENERAL TELEPHONE INDUSTRY: Achieving Business Intelligence in Midsize Companies Achieving Business Intelligence in Midsize Companies Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Most companies have an incredible amount of data living in transaction-based, distributed systems and databases. But these databases are often not designed to communicate with one another, allow users to explore data in unusual ways, or quickly provide high-level summaries of data. Learn how business intelligence (BI) systems can provide these and
1/26/2010 11:04:00 AM

PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry
PeopleSoft and Bradley Ward will integrate their products in an alliance aimed at the food processing industry. The completed solution will let companies' link real-time plant floor level data to ERP systems.

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2/28/2000


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