Move Beyond Business Intelligence
Cloud computing application is an emerging computing technology that uses the internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications. Dresner Advisory Services is proud to host the fourth annual Real Business Intelligence® Conference, the only industry event for business and IT leaders focusing upon strategies for success with Business Intelligence, Analytics, Information Management and Performance Management – using real world best practices and proven methods.
The following panel contains a summary of Business Intelligence in the form of a bullet list of the most significant attributes generally being assigned to this new but not-so-new technology that is going to be recognized one day as the “second great era of computing in business”.
Your entire business intelligence department seeks to explore data to bring great value to your company, but you still have to deal with complex solutions and have to rely on your IT team to integrate as well as manage various tools in order to have all you need.
Regardless of whether or not there are similarities and differences between business intelligence and business analytics, companies still need to figure out which tools to use and which software to invest in to get the valuable insights they need and make timely and accurate decisions.
You will know the market trends promptly and act on them before most of your competitors do. According to RSR, 31% of online retailers gather their competitive price data manually and 41% use in-house solutions instead of outsourcing them and using automation tools.