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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.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: 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

Survey: Women in Business Intelligence » The TEC Blog
Survey: Women in Business Intelligence » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: bi, Business Intelligence, business performance management, data, data geekette, data management, geekette, women, women in bi, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
24-02-2012

The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 1) » The TEC Blog
and considered with a business intelligence ( BI) perspective. Many people will discuss topics (e.g., products, services, and companies) and express their opinions about them (good or bad). But how is this data going to be measured? Companies can measure and analyze data generated on their sites using Web analytics tools like Google Analytics . But there is a bigger universe to explore, and a lot more information to deal with outside a company’s own corporate Web site. But how does a company measure

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: bi, Business Intelligence, sentiment analysis, social media, text mining, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
23-10-2009

The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 2) » The TEC Blog
indexing, semantic analysis and business intelligence technologies to the task of identifying, tracking, listening to and participating in the distributed conversations about a particular brand, product or issue, with emphasis on quantifying the trend in each conversation’s sentiment and influence.” Many organizations are aware of the importance of measuring this information and analyzing it. Currently, sentiment analysis has a strong potential to be used jointly with BI applications making it

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: attentio, bi, Business Intelligence, BusinessObjects, buzzlogic, radian6, sas institute, sentiment analysis, social media, SPSS, sysomos, Teragram, Text Analysis, text mining, web analytics, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
29-10-2009

BI Principles for Another Kind of Intelligence » The TEC Blog
bio )   Traditional business intelligence (BI) and analytics applications aim to support the decision-making process of a company. By analyzing large amounts of data, most BI applications provide the means for making business-oriented decisions. This includes studying the data from the perspective of improving the business and generating more business. Most intelligence applications follow the same principle of collecting and organizing data, to gain an understanding of the available information. But

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: analytics, Business Intelligence, cirilab, investigation software, xanalys, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
05-10-2012

Improve Profitability with Customer Intelligence
The white paper improving your customer life cycle management shows how small and midsized businesses can enjoy virtually seamless front-to-back-of...

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: be shared effectively, and business processes that are prone to errors, delays, and unnecessary paperwork. Over the long term, this turns into poorer customer service and spiraling transactional costs. But it doesn t have to be that way. The white paper Improving Your Customer Life Cycle Management shows how small and midsized businesses can enjoy virtually seamless front-to-back-office integration. And the benefits are many: improved customer intelligence reduced costs increased profitability better
7/9/2009

The Next Generation of Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) 2.0 is used more and more to refer to the next generation of BI solutions, which allow better access to information, and enable communication and collaboration amongst all users. But how is BI changing exactly? For one thing, BI 2.0 allows Web-based interactive reporting. Learn about other differences—and how BI 2.0 can make a difference in your organization’s data warehousing and other activities.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: The Next Generation of Business Intelligence The Next Generation of Business Intelligence Source: Logi Analytics Document Type: White Paper Description: Business intelligence (BI) 2.0 is used more and more to refer to the next generation of BI solutions, which allow better access to information, and enable communication and collaboration amongst all users. But how is BI changing exactly? For one thing, BI 2.0 allows Web-based interactive reporting. Learn about other differences—and how BI 2.0 can make a
12/31/2007 4:17:00 PM

How SMEs Can Tap into Real-time Business Intelligence
Real-time business intelligence (BI) delivers information about business as it occurs. While traditional BI presents historical data for analysis, real-time BI compares current business events with historical patterns to automatically detect problems or opportunities. This paper explains how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can establish a competitive advantage by tapping into the power of real-time BI.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: Can Tap into Real-time Business Intelligence How SMEs Can Tap into Real-time Business Intelligence Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Real-time business intelligence (BI) delivers information about business as it occurs. While traditional BI presents historical data for analysis, real-time BI compares current business events with historical patterns to automatically detect problems or opportunities. This paper explains how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can establish a competitive
2/15/2012 11:20:00 AM

Data Management for Business Intelligence
Along with the increasing sophistication of BI capabilities comes an increase in data volume—yet companies want to improve time-to-information for users. Data storage and data retrieval decisions are now often made based on cost instead of business needs—leading to compromises that impact performance. Find out the BI strategies, capabilities, and technologies best-in-class companies are using to address these challenges.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: Data Management for Business Intelligence Data Management for Business Intelligence Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Along with the increasing sophistication of BI capabilities comes an increase in data volume—yet companies want to improve time-to-information for users. Data storage and data retrieval decisions are now often made based on cost instead of business needs—leading to compromises that impact performance. Find out the BI strategies, capabilities, and technologies
1/21/2009 11:51:00 AM

Configuration Intelligence Initiative
Today’s configuration management tools focus on collecting and reporting statistics, logs, and failures, but fail to address the need for analyzing this data to determine best practices for improving efficiencies. That’s why Configuresoft has developed software that enables you to link core systems configuration and change management disciplines into actionable analytics. Find out how it can work for you.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW:   Application Development,   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Statistical Data Analysis,   Database Management System (DBMS),   Application Server,   Middleware,   Software Configuration Management (SCM) Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Information,   Finance and Insurance Source: Configuresoft Learn more about Configuresoft Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013
12/13/2007 10:42:00 AM

Contemporary Business Intelligence and Its Main Components
Business intelligence (BI) represents the tools and systems that play a key role in the strategic planning process by allowing a company to manipulate corporate data for decision-making. But what exactly are the primary components of BI?

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW: Contemporary Business Intelligence and Its Main Components Contemporary Business Intelligence and Its Main Components TEC Analysts - March 23, 2009 Read Comments Economic and regulatory pressures, along with the need to stay competitive in the marketplace, have made business intelligence (BI) more important than ever for enterprise application users. BI gives users the ability to extract, consolidate, change, and analyze data in ways that are not possible in other approaches to enterprise applications. BI
3/23/2009


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