|The Potential of
Your current Applications are capturing key performance data on a real-time basis for your
- Human Resources
Yet, how effective are your current systems in presenting
this data in a format that can help you manage your business?
Whether access to this data is known as Business
Intelligence (BI), Data Warehousing or Data
Mining, the objective is the same: Putting data in the hands of employees
to help them in tracking performance and making well-informed business decisions.
Analyzing Business Intelligence
||The Systems Workshop helps
organizations analyze their BI requirements from the user's perspective to identify
opportunities for improvement. This includes:
- What data is needed by users
- Is this data available in your current systems
- Gaps in data required by users
- How is the data presented (e.g. reports, graphical displays,
- Is Metrics analysis available (actual versus targets)
- What data needs to be imported into other applications for
analysis (e.g. spreadsheets, statistical software)
- How effectively is this data used
Our Approach to Business Intelligence
||The Systems Workshop approach
to BI is very easy to describe - Keep it simple. Provide users with
the data they need in a straight-forward manner that is easy to access. Keep a lid
on "gee-whiz" bells and whistles that do not add to the effectiveness of the
We can assist your organization in
implementing BI applications in a number of ways:
- Analyzing current BI applications for effectiveness
- Identifying what needs to be done to improve current BI
- Implementing a BI solution
You select the consulting services we provide based on your
current resources, budget and needs.
||Business Intelligence (BI)
applications put required business data in the hands of your staff to track performance
and make informed business decisions.
||Successful BI applications make it easy
to access and analyze data.
||An analysis of the data to be
included in the BI application includes both data available in today's systems, and data
that is needed but not captured in the current systems.
||The BI community includes both
internal and and external users (e.g. allowing clients to monitor order-related data, or
vendors access to purchasing data).
||Metrics analysis provides the means
to compare actuals versus targets.
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