Business intelligence (BI) delivers on a simple promise: to improve business performance by driving better decision making throughout your organization. When you’re confident that your insight into corporate data is sound, informed, and complete, you can trust that all your decisions will help you create competitive advantage and achieve corporate objectives.
Microsoft BI can deliver all that through three key steps that facilitate trusted, confident decision making at all levels of your organization.
Workflow and Collaboration
Ad Hoc Query
Microsoft Office Integration
Predictive Modeling and Data Mining
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Why you need BI
- CIOs are coming under increasing pressure to invest in technologies that drive business transformation and strategic change.
- Information generated from enterprise applications is at an all-time high and will continue to increase.
- The adoption of BI platforms’ expanded capabilities beyond traditional query, reporting and OLAP functionality to leverage dashboards, scorecards and visualization.
- Organizations are continuing to progress along the BI continuum, from analyst/user-driven BI applications, to strategy-driven ones, to process-driven applications.
- Smaller and midsize organizations are becoming an important target market for BI vendors, with a large proportion representing new opportunities.
- Standardization of tools continues to be a driver of growth, but it also slows down the sales cycle as organizations rationalize their portfolio of tools.
- The continued growth of performance management initiatives, particularly finance-led corporate performance management.