Choosing the right Business Intelligence (BI) system for your business needs is difficult and often very stressful. Throw in the burden of a systems cost, pressure from above in your company, and frustrations of your teams that will actually have to use a system every day, and you have yourself a headache.
Consider this BI Analyzer Tool article a metaphorical dose of headache pills and a cool glass of water. Take a moment. Breathe. Now read how to cut through the sales blurb and lofty promises to get to the details – what things mean and what do you really need
What’s the difference between ERP and BI software? These are two pieces of software that are often confused, muddled up and each perceived to be something they are not. What they are however are two very distinct pieces of software that do very different things.
What is enterprise resource planning software? It’s about collecting, storing and interpreting data from many business activities
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