White Paper: Affirma Consulting
Business Intelligence derived Information and analysis can lead to a tremendous return on investment (ROI) if implemented correctly. You can improve the decision making processes at all levels of management and improve your tactical and strategic management processes with it.
Do you have quick access to actionable data? Would you like to increase collaboration and unlock insights from your business systems?
If yes! Read this whitepaper that addresses the following questions:
What is Business Intelligence and why do organizations need it?
Is it the right time to implement Business Intelligence for your organization?
How to select the correct Business Intelligence solution for your business needs?
Sophisticated digital marketing technology, and the dramatic increase in always-connected consumers, is increasingly pushing marketing onto the center stage of corporate strategy. Ad campaigns launched on advanced technology platforms, which include tools to perform instant analysis of huge amounts of data, enable marketers to target campaign results and ROI in ways they could only dream about just a few years ago. They also give the entire enterprise real-time business intelligence to drive strategy at the moment of decision. These same technologies also turn the spotlight on IT and the CIO, who now have to deliver a range of advanced new data services to the enterprise, well beyond what they’ve had to do before. Marketers who have embraced their new strategic role share some common characteristics. They understand that navigating today’s rapidly evolving digital world requires an ecosystem of partners, both inside and outside their company walls. They seize the marketing opportunities that an interconnected, real-time digital landscape presents. And they take advantage of a new generation of tools that instantly orchestrate the massive amounts of data and the many moving parts of a modern media campaign. It’s now critically important that the CMO work strategically across department lines with CIOs and IT. CMOs need to evangelize their goals, strategies, and methods with the CIO to be sure IT can effectively align behind them. And the CIO needs to help marketing understand the capabilities and services they can provide and how to most effectively interface with IT processes. And, further, the CIO needs to be sure to have preexisting relationships with the right technology providers and Systems Integrators (SIs) to be sure they can quickly deliver new capabilities as dictated by rapidly evolving strategic goals.
By: BP Logix
This white paper explains how business values enable you to drive your business applications with real-time data Driving Business applications with real-time data bring a new dimension to business values in building business applications. BP Logix came up with the intelligent Business Process Management (BPM) solutions for rapid application development, through data obtained from System of Records and System of engagement. Configure the business value through existing resource. In this white paper on “Driving Business Applications with Real-Time Data,” discover more on driving real-time business data that will guide you on: Accessing systems of record from the resulting data to configuring appropriate information within a business application Using Data virtualization or Data Federation techniques to configure real-time data from System of Record Configuring to represent scalars or lists, and by combining business value properties with real-time data, can generate records and tables
What is ERP ?
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a group of activities that help industries to manage its business. ERP control the flow of information within the organization, so that the enterprise decision can be data driven. The main goal of ERP software is to collect and organize data from various level of organization to provide the management with clear picture of organization data flow.
What is Business Intelligence ?
Business intelligence is a technology-driven process in which variety of software applications are used to analyze organization’s raw data and presenting the information in actionable format so executives and business leads can make better decisions looking at them. Although business intelligence has some common functions, it includes three basic functions: data mining, data analyzing and data processing.
What is Big Data analytics ?
Big Data analytics involves the assembling, arrangement, and analyzes of enormous data sets with varying contents, to reveal or establish existing trends, relations, or patterns. Big data analytics requires tools for data mining, forecasting, optimization, and analysis. Enterprises involved in big data analytics receive insights not only on their companies functionalities but also on customer preferences and interactions