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"Business Intelligence Project Analysis Strategy and Methodology"

Xoomworks BI Survey 2015 Business Intelligence

Xoomworks BI Survey 2015 Business Intelligence

White Paper: Xoomworks BI

Have you identified Business Intelligence and Analysis as an important investment? 90% of survey report states Business intelligence as a prevalent tool to improve business.

XoomWorks, an expert in Business Intelligence and Analytics gave a statistic report on how Business Intelligence, Data Management and Data Security remain a high priority for large enterprises.

Based on survey done by XoomWorks:What are the main reasons for Business Intelligence project failures?

  • Data quality, Data governance, performance, user adoption change management and lack of skills, which tools to be used, are the main causes for project failures.

Has your company identified Dashboards and Story boards as an important investment?

How important is the control over access to sensitive data to your organization?

This white paper gives a deep insight on proper methodology and business intelligence strategies including:

  • Business Intelligence Tool Selection

  • Management Information ,Business Intelligence Competence Centres, Centres of Excellence

  • How Database Governance and Data Security is an important investment to lead in Business Intelligence?

Download this white paper to learn more about trending Business Intelligence issues and implemention of self-service technologies to ensure high quality data which results creating a visual thinking culture.

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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 ?

Big data is the act of collecting huge amount of enterprise data that can be used for future analysis. Big data helps all kind of industry data to grow securely that includes government, banking, retail, education and healthcare. Big data stores all kind of data including structured, unstructured and semi structured data, which contains valuable information about core functions of an enterprise such as finance, marketing, procurement.

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

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