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Business Intelligence & Analytics
BI tools are more popular than ever, but organizations should be wary of adopting before they are ready.
- Business Intelligence (BI) is a set of technologies and business processes aimed at improving operational (tactical) and strategic decision making, by more effectively leveraging an organization’s data.
- Organizations that are not ready to make necessary adjustments to their technical infrastructure, or their business processes, should avoid BI.
- To assess an organization's readiness for BI, understand how better insight translates into business benefits. No BI project should proceed without first validating business requirements for the project.
- End-user adoption is the key to implementation success and leveraging an existing BI toolset to the fullest.
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Solution Road Map
Navigate the BI maze, and find a straight path to the solution that fits your needs.
Included in Solution Set: 1 PowerPoint, 6 Notes, 1 Video, and 3 Tools
The BI implementation has set sail; make sure end users are all on board.
Microsoft Business Intelligence 2012 focuses on self-serve BI.
Included in Solution Set: 1 PowerPoint and 2 Tools