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WHY to have BI

Costs of not having BI:

-  Your data is spread across different data systems, data bases, departments, and access points, making it difficult to access easily

-  IT personnel get overworked dealing with numerous requests for actionable data

-  Due to this bottleneck in IT, data you need for decision making often arrives too late or “after the fact”

-  Salaried employees waste large amounts of time preparing Excel reports and doing manual data entry which could be automated

-  If there are any errors in communication between those making data requests and the IT personnel preparing them, a large amount of time is wasted

WHY to have BI

-  Now, let’s look at what your life is like if you have a BI

-  All of your data is easily accessible in one place

-  Your team doesn’t need any special training to access reports

-  Nobody is wasting their time (and your company’s money) with BI data entry

-  You get the data exactly when you want it – leading to better decision making

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Self service business intelligence
Self-service business intelligence (BI) is an approach to data analytics that enables business users to access and work with corporate data even if they do not have a background in statistical analysis, BI or data mining.
Business Intelligence technologies
Business intelligence (BI) is a technology-driven process for analyzing data and presenting actionable information to help executives, managers and other corporate end users make informed business decisions.
Business Intelligence skills
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