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Business Intelligence is one of those buzzwords that’s been bandied about a lot in the past couple of years. There are so many definitions of what it is and what it isn’t that the lines have become somewhat blurred.
BI solutions simply automate the task of analyzing data. That’s it. It’s that simple.
This provides you with a better understanding of your company’s performance, creates a proactive sales culture and gives a complete customer view for the entire business. This ultimately streamlines the whole sales and marketing process
Stuart Pecksen, sales-i Business Analyst, has recently been looking into the state of the Business Intelligence Market and below is a summary of the market trends he has uncovered –
3 months in to 2018! Time really is flying, and we are now at the point of year where many people start publishing predictions about the market we operate in so at the end of the year the ones that were right can brag and boast about being the Nostradamus of the interwebs. And the ones that were wrong can have another go next year
Businesses today have more data than they can shake a stick at. Transactions, invoices, call notes, social media interactions, customer details and much, much more. Managing this amount of data can quickly become a crippling issue. As such, most businesses are using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to better manage their mounting data stacks.
While incredibly useful for generating invoices, monitoring transactions and keeping your finance team in check, ERP software is simply not enough for the fast pace of business today, no matter what industry you are in