Thomas Davenport argues that business intelligence should be divided into querying, reporting, OLAP, an “alerts” tool, and business analytics. Business analytics is a subset of BI based on statistics, prediction, and optimization.
There’s more to turning data into information than heavy-duty reporting and analytical software. Effective business intelligence solutions need to be easy to use and should provide a clear picture of what’s going on in real-time so potential issues can be dealt with before they become problems.
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Getting the right data to the right person at the right time is essential to business success. Winner’s Business Intelligence technologies, practices, and strategies ensure that valuable information is properly collected and then presented clearly and concisely into actionable information.