Blog Posts About Business Intelligence

The Top Five Ways Business Intelligence Can Transform Operations

In today’s saturated, highly competitive business landscape, great instincts are no longer enough to sustain success over the long term. Having a good feel for decision-making is certainly an advantage, but with so many sources of information available, to stay competitive organizations must be able to access and interpret that data in real-time. In fact, […]

How Big Data Visualization Can Improve Business Decisions

Success in business can sometimes come from making a good decision at an opportune moment based on intuition alone. However, organizations that enjoy sustained success typically reach conclusions based on research and empirical evidence. In the business community, big data is frequently touted as the deep mine from which such informational “diamonds” are extracted—but many […]

Keeping Your Head Above Water in a Sea of Big Data

  Big Data Visualization: The Key to Your Business Intelligence Strategy Everywhere you turn, big data is seemingly staring you in the face. You have heard all the hype, and as a marketing decision maker, the concept makes sense. The ability to break down tremendous quantities of digital information into an actionable business intelligence strategy […]

Top Five Tips For Making Your BI Solutions User Friendly

When people think of UX (user experience) design, it’s often in the context of e-commerce or B2C websites or apps – designing with the goal of making things more intuitive and appealing for shoppers, for instance. But some of my favorite projects over the years have involved creating user-driven internal business intelligence (BI) solutions for […]

Common-Sense Strategy: What Digital Assets Do You Need to Reach Your Business Goals?

Part of the critical thinking process involves evaluating your goals and then looking at the reality of your assets. Consider your business goals first and foremost, then look at what it’s going to take to meet your goals … in short, focus on your requirements before getting romanced by “features.” So what are you trying […]
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