Crafting Best-in-Class Business Intelligence

According to Gartner Inc., 35 percent of the top 5,000 global companies will regularly fail to make insightful decisions through 2012 because they lack the right information, processes, and tools. In many cases, the problem is that executives think of business intelligence, or BI, merely as a software solution that needs to be bought and installed.  As a result of this misperception, BI systems often generate inaccurate data or too much data to be useful. However, a small number of companies have discovered that true business intelligence is the key to running a performance-oriented organization.  They use their systems to home in on a selected group of key performance indicators that help them define corporate strategy and drive profitability. As...

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