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Business Intelligence
The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make

use business intelligence  that case, you can use the Business Alert wizard, as shown in the following illustrations, to create a query that compares the credit limit amounts to the current amounts for your customers. You can use the wizard to set up the schedule for the alert that is, when, how often, and for how long you want Microsoft Dynamics GP to check whether the conditions you've defined exist. After you have created and activated a business alert, the conditions will be checked according to the schedule that you set up. Read More

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Mobile Business Intelligence & Analytics
The convergence of business intelligence (BI) and mobility has been well under way for some time. As more professionals begin using smart phones and other

use business intelligence  Yellowfin Mobile Application | Use of a Mobile Device | Business Information Delivery | Business Intelligence Client | Enterprise Mobile BI Rollout | Traditional Definition of Mobile BI | Delivering Mobile BI to the Field | Real Time KPI Data | Mobile Distribution | Key Influencers Driving the Need for Mobile BI | Delivering Business Sought | Exception and Alerts | Push Reporting | What Are the External Factors Driving Mobile BI | Pull Reporting | Real or Near-Real Time Information | What Does Mbi Stand Read More
IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence for Use with SAP NetWeaver
The SAP NetWeaver infrastructure and applications have long been critical information pillars for some of the world’s largest and most successful companies

use business intelligence  shows how companies can use IBM Cognos 8 with their existing SAP NetWeaver infrastructures. It includes scenarios for finance, IT, and business users, and follows specific steps to demonstrate functionality designed for each type of user. Read More
IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence Software for use with SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse Accelerator
As business data volumes expand, the biggest challenge for businesses is channeling reams of data into usable information that supports effective decision

use business intelligence  Business Intelligence Software for use with SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse Accelerator As business data volumes expand, the biggest challenge for businesses is channeling reams of data into usable information that supports effective decision-making. Organizations that invest in the SAP Netweaver Business Warehouse continuously seek new ways to leverage the power of all corporate data. Learn how some companies are deploying IBM Cognos business intelligence software in the SAP NetWeaver environment. Read More
The Business Value of Enterprise Business Intelligence
While BI continues to be closely aligned with sales analysis and reporting, more companies are evolving in their use of it to not only understand, predict and

use business intelligence  are evolving in their use of it to not only understand, predict and influence the behavior of their customers, but to plan, evaluate and monitor their supply chains. The ultimate goal: to drive performance improvements across their businesses. This paper focuses on the influence of Enterprise BI on manufacturing and distribution organizations. Read More
The 2011 Focus Experts' Guide to Business Intelligence
Not all business intelligence (BI) solutions fit every situation, and many BI solutions can be quite pricy. As an organization grows and its experience with BI

use business intelligence  2011 Focus Experts' Guide to Business Intelligence Not all business intelligence (BI) solutions fit every situation, and many BI solutions can be quite pricy. As an organization grows and its experience with BI increases, new types of analysis from a broader range of sources become worth the additional spend. This guide will help you determine what stage of BI “maturity” you are in, and then what features you need and what vendor choices you have at that stage. Read More
Making Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence
The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform

use business intelligence  Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform. Collaborative BI has been hailed by many as the answer to the persistent problem that, despite increasing amounts of money being spent on BI, many organizations are failing to utilize reporting and analytics effectively. Read this white paper to learn the essential features of a Read More
TEC Talks to the Open For Business ProjectFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart One: OFBiz
In conversation with the Open For Business (OFBiz) project leader, David Jones, TEC discovers some of the challenges in raising an open source enterprise

use business intelligence  scratch, do try to use generic tools that are on the market like Access or FoxPro. But they don't generally get to start with very much, they generally have to start from the ground up as far as the business logic and data structures and such go. So given a starting point like OFBiz. . . the goal of the current operating mode is basically to expand the open source project horizontally, to the point where we can then extend it or create the commercial derivative works to get into specific markets. It Read More
Business Intelligence as a Service: Key Evaluation Criteria for ISVs to Consider
Business intelligence (BI) software as a service (SaaS) has gained traction in recent years. The reduced cost and feature-rich nature of the offerings make SaaS

use business intelligence  Intelligence as a Service: Key Evaluation Criteria for ISVs to Consider Business intelligence (BI) software as a service (SaaS) has gained traction in recent years. The reduced cost and feature-rich nature of the offerings make SaaS BI appealing to large and small businesses alike. Now, independent software vendors (ISVs) are also finding significant advantages to on-demand BI. Learn how SaaS BI solutions are helping ISVs reduce time to market, and accelerate the software development process. Read More
Measuring the Business Value of IT
Many organizations do a poor job of measuring the business value of their IT investments. Simple financial metrics are not good enough. But there are a number

use business intelligence  of BVI including the use of a business case, valuing intangibles, and calculating financial returns TEI adds a methodology for quantifying risk and the value of flexibility. The TEI methodology embraces traditional cost analysis and a best practice approach to minimizing costs, extends it by explicitly incorporating analysis and quantification of both business benefits and flexibility, while tempering these three categories with an analysis of the risk effects. TEI includes (see Figure 3): Costs the Read More
Style Intelligence
InetSoft provides Java- and Web-based enterprise reporting and operational BI. The product offers several new data visualization features integrated with

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BUSINESS FIRST: Business Process Management (BPM) Competitor Analysis Report
Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which

use business intelligence  FIRST: Business Process Management (BPM) Competitor Analysis Report Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which involves employees, customers, partners, applications, and databases. Read More
The Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence
If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a

use business intelligence  excessive costs, delays, and user dissatisfaction. Learn about a solution that covers the five different styles of BI functionality. Read More
Business Intelligence that Works: Getting True Value out of Your Business Intelligence Investment
With business intelligence (BI), decision-makers can feel the organization’s pulse, evaluate the performance of key business functions, and take action based on

use business intelligence  Intelligence that Works: Getting True Value out of Your Business Intelligence Investment With business intelligence (BI), decision-makers can feel the organization’s pulse, evaluate the performance of key business functions, and take action based on their analysis. However, many organizations invest time, money, and resources in BI processes, only to waste their newfound capabilities. Why? And, more importantly, how do you ensure that your BI solution won’t be one of them? Read More
Logi 9 Business Intelligence Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

use business intelligence  mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to analytics, querying, reporting, workflow, and in-depth analysis. Read More

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