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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.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Business Intelligence Business Intelligence Source: Microsoft Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
10/24/2006 1:41:00 PM

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.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Performance Management product) and SAP also having a sizeable market share, Geac, is still worth mentioning. While not a market leader per se, it is still notable because it has been reinventing itself within the realm of BI. Part Five of the Business Intelligence Report Status Quo series. Geac MPC is a centrally-maintained, Web-based application that provides the enterprise s strategy formulation, planning, budgeting, forecasting, financial consolidation, and reporting and analysis functionality that
7/14/2005

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.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: (such as Microsoft , SAP , IBM , and Oracle ) are rising above independent vendors (Business Objects and Cognos ). In addition to IBM s acquisition of Cognos, Oracle s purchase of Hyperion , and SAP s acquisition of Business Objects, the BI road map of the software giant Microsoft poses a threat to all vendors in the small to medium business (SMB) market. Behind the myriad changes in the BI marketplace, major innovations in BI technologies have been afoot. In this article, we look at three recent
7/17/2009

Business Intelligence: Its Ins and Outs
In today's highly competitive business climate, the quality and timeliness of business information for an organization is not only a choice between profit and loss, it is a question of survival or bankruptcy. No business organization can deny the inevitable benefits of business intelligence.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Business Intelligence: Its Ins and Outs Business Intelligence: Its Ins and Outs Mukhles Zaman - April 29, 2009 Read Comments Originally published - January 10, 2005 Introduction Business intelligence (BI) is a big buzzword in today s IT world. It is a concept understood by some, but misunderstood by many. The purpose of this article is to clarify what BI is and to discuss its main components. It will also discuss why BI is drawing so much attention, even during this economic downturn, and why it is not
4/29/2009

SAP Manufacturing—Manufacturing Intelligence Dashboards
SAP Manufacturing—Manufacturing Intelligence Dashboards. IT Reports and Other Software Package to Use In Your Complex System Associated with Manufacturing Intelligence Dashboards and SAP Manufacturing. Adaptiveness in the manufacturing sector depends on being able to push decisionmaking to the shop floor. But that’s often easier said than done. However, manufacturing intelligence dashboards aggregate content from the full range of manufacturing systems into a single view of operations. These role-specific dashboards thus enable employees to manage manufacturing performance, and respond quickly to changes.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: SAP solutions, such as SAP Business Intelligence, which ensures that frontline employees have access to a full range of business information. Based on the open SAP NetWeaver™ platform, dashboards can be integrated easily with the SAP xApps™ portfolio of packaged composite applications and non-SAP systems as well, providing the scalability to grow with changing business conditions. Overall, this integrated, flexible approach ensures that the dashboards can meet your needs today and tomorrow – with a
10/4/2006 12:01:00 PM

Reporting Tools versus Business Intelligence
Reporting has been significant to businesses by providing a platform for users to get immediate access to business information via using simple analysis. However, business intelligence (BI) caters to strategic, tactical, and operational needs, providing a platform for comprehensive performance management. Compare standard reports and BI in terms of functionality, capability, architecture, process, and management benefits.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Reporting Tools versus Business Intelligence Reporting Tools versus Business Intelligence Source: Elegant MicroWeb Document Type: White Paper Description: Reporting has been significant to businesses by providing a platform for users to get immediate access to business information via using simple analysis. However, business intelligence (BI) caters to strategic, tactical, and operational needs, providing a platform for comprehensive performance management. Compare standard reports and BI in terms of
8/21/2009 10:19:00 AM

Hosted Business Intelligence for SMBs
Small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) encounter many of the same challenges as larger companies in unlocking information from the data they collect, yet they lack cost-effective solutions. Many must choose between expensive business intelligence solutions or complicated homegrown solutions. With many hosted reporting solutions now available, SMBs have an option that may meet their requirements—at a fraction of the cost.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Hosted Business Intelligence for SMBs Hosted Business Intelligence for SMBs Source: OnDemandIQ Document Type: White Paper Description: Small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) encounter many of the same challenges as larger companies in unlocking information from the data they collect, yet they lack cost-effective solutions. Many must choose between expensive business intelligence solutions or complicated homegrown solutions. With many hosted reporting solutions now available, SMBs have an option that may
6/18/2007 8:27:00 PM

How SMEs Can Tap Into Real-Time Business Intelligence
InHow SMEs Can Tap Into Real-time Business Intelligence you'll learn why manual data analysis isn't enough...

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Business Intelligence Sponsored by SAP For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: +1 514-954-3665, ext.367. Special Offer Files 2012
5/16/2012 5:00:00 PM

2011 Business Intelligence Buyer s Guide: BI for Everyone
This buyer guide is for business owners, managers, decision makers, and anyone interested in learning about the deployment of business intelligence (BI) systems across large enterprises as well as small to medium businesses (SMBs). It presents a comprehensive view of the wide spectrum of BI software solutions currently available and investigates how they match different types of organizations according to size and need.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: 2011 Business Intelligence Buyer s Guide: BI for Everyone 2011 Business Intelligence Buyer s Guide: BI for Everyone Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Buyer s Guide Description: This buyer guide is for business owners, managers, decision makers, and anyone interested in learning about the deployment of business intelligence (BI) systems across large enterprises as well as small to medium businesses (SMBs). It presents a comprehensive view of the wide spectrum of BI software solutions
3/23/2011 2:32:00 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.

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: What s Really Driving Business Intelligence? What s Really Driving Business Intelligence? Christopher Kenton - March 11, 2005 Read Comments Finding 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
3/11/2005

Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence
Find out how midsized companies are tapping into the power of BI to capitalize on their best business performers by downloading the white paper why...

SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PERSPECTIVES: Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Cutting costs in order to survive in this uncertain market is not enough. That s why many midsized companies like yours are turning to their secret weapon for help—business intelligence (BI). In fact, without BI, you are more likely to go over budget, miss important deadlines, and commit investment and resources to one department at the expense of your overall business. Only when you grasp and understand
7/17/2009


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