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SCT Extends Into Business Intelligence
SCT, a leading supplier to the process industries, has extended their iProcess.SCT product set to include Business Intelligence (BI).

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: SCT Extends Into Business Intelligence SCT Extends Into Business Intelligence P. Catz - September 4, 2001 Read Comments Event Summary SCT has announced that it will embed Vanguard OLAP and business analytic technologies in new iProcess.sct Business Analytics offerings, with availability for general distribution planned for September. The first two offerings will be iProcess.sct Demand Analytics and iProcess.sct Market Analytics . Further, SCT intends to launch additional offerings including one based on
9/4/2001

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 OPEN SOURCE SAP: 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

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 OPEN SOURCE SAP: 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

Business Intelligence Success, Lessons Learned
Is business intelligence (BI) an application that pays off? We have all heard mixed results but a 2003 extensive study on on-line analytical processing (OLAP) states that BI usually pays off over 60 percent of the time , explains where the value is found, and describes what’s required to get the pay off.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: Business Intelligence Success, Lessons Learned Business Intelligence Success, Lessons Learned Olin Thompson - October 9, 2004 Read Comments Business Intelligence Benefits Are Real An extensive 269 pages industry report, OLAP 3 that was published in November 2003 by Nigel Pendse explains that BI benefits are very real. While the report covers many aspects of OLAP and BI, we will focus on business benefits and overcoming the obstacles of achieving those benefits. According to the report, approximately 19
10/9/2004

What s Wrong With Application Software? Business Processes Cross Application Boundaries
The reality of today’s application environment is that no single application meets all of the needs of a business, or frequently even the needs of a single business process, so multiple applications must work together to support business processes.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: Wrong With Application Software? Business Processes Cross Application Boundaries What s Wrong With Application Software? Business Processes Cross Application Boundaries Jim Brown - February 27, 2003 Read Comments Introduction Application boundaries are artificial walls created by the software industry, not businesses. Business processes and the people that execute them shouldn t have to care about application boundaries. It shouldn t matter to them that taking an order from their customer starts in the
2/27/2003

How Is Business Process Management Applicable to Financial Services?
Business process management (BPM) allows financial services companies to manage internal processes and to increase efficiency and accuracy. Organizations, especially those that deal with Sarbanes-Oxley, should focus on BPM to ensure compliance and to minimize error and risk.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: How Is Business Process Management Applicable to Financial Services? How Is Business Process Management Applicable to Financial Services? Hans Mercx - January 3, 2006 Read Comments Introduction Business Process Management (BPM) is increasingly being used by organizations to improve internal processes in order to make them more efficient. But which processes are appropriate for BPM? Which industry, if any, has successfully deployed BPM? BPM in Vertical Markets BPM is already used in a variety of markets,
1/3/2006

Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management
Business process analysis (BPA) vendors are trying to enter the business process management (BPM) market by marketing themselves as BPM solutions. This article discusses the differences between BPA and BPM vendors, and examines the benefits of each.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management Hans Mercx - October 9, 2006 Read Comments Talking to end users reveals that there is confusion in the market regarding business process analysis (BPA) and business process management (BPM) suites. Vendors use the term BPM in a very broad way, but what are really the differences between BPA and BPM, and where does BPM come from? BPM in the Early Stages In the 1980s, organizations used
10/9/2006

Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution
As organizations face a pressing need to rationalize the cost of enterprise software, open source business intelligence (BI) is fast becoming a viable alternative. Learn about the current state of open source BI, with particular focus on one vendor's products.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: direct consequence, open source business intelligence (BI) is emerging as an important choice for new as well as existing BI implementations. Even though most analyst research indicates that its evolution may have been understated thus far, open source BI is growing rapidly. Open source BI solutions have already been proved to complement and integrate well with traditional BI environments. In their own right, open source BI vendors offer competitive technologies and present the irrefutable advantage of
7/17/2009

9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions
In 9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions, you'll find the key questions to help you get the right business phone system at the best possible price.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: 9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions 9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions Getting the best deal on a new business phone system doesn t have to be difficult—if you know the right questions to ask. In 9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions , you ll find the key questions to help you get the right business phone system—at the best possible price. From hidden costs to scalability, compatibility, and support issues, you ll know what to ask to make the right choice in a
10/3/2011 4:02:00 PM

Business Value of Network and Application Visibility
Find out in Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: Business Value of Network and Application Visibility Business Value of Network and Application Visibility Networks have become central to a company s ability to create new products and services, enter new markets, and develop new partnerships. But what are the business drivers and challenges facing network administrators? And how are companies leveraging their networks for competitive advantage? Find out in Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility . In this IDC report based on a
2/25/2011 3:01:00 PM

Your Business is Too Small for ERP? - Nonsense


BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OPEN SOURCE SAP: Your Business is Too Small for ERP? - Nonsense Your Business is Too Small for ERP? - Nonsense If you think your company is too small for an enterprise resource planning system (ERP), consider this: Today, many small and midsized businesses (SMBs) are reaping the cost, efficiency, and competitive advantages of an ERP system. In the Aberdeen report Think Your Organization Is Too Small for ERP? Think Again you ll find out how companies like yours are employing ERP systems—and consistently out-performing
4/12/2011 2:00:00 PM


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