How Smart Enterprises Utilize Business Intelligence
Companies often find themselves drowning in dataunsure of who their customers are and what their buying patterns look like, ineffectively tracking stock, or not providing sales agents with up-to-the-minute information when theyre on the road. Smart companies are looking to get those issues resolved with business intelligence platforms or applications. There are numerous "solutions" out there with more coming.Join eWEEK.com associate editor and manager joins Seth Grimes, principal consultant at Alta Plana Corp., and Dr. Richard Hackathorn, president and founder of Bolder Technology, for a discussion on:
When to use enterprise BI suites and when to use BI platforms Data-mining tools and concepts
New collaborative functionality and workflow capabilities in BI tools
New ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) capabilities
Supporting BI through Web services
"Enterprise-reporting-strength" BI suites for getting intelligence out in volume
BAM (business activity monitoring): real-time application integration with BI to provide alerts to users, who can then take immediate action
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