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BI Software Implementation Success: The Human Factor
We are easily convinced that having the right business intelligence (BI) application will help us achieve total control over our business and increase the

bi tool implementation  the success of a BI software implementation depends on several other factors. Not just about software Besides having a powerful tool to support corporate decisions, we need to consider the human factor. It’s not just about having the material resources. It’s also about having the right personnel to select the right BI product, to help customize and deploy the best BI possible solution, and to use the BI platform in the right way. Everyone involved in the BI lifecycle should have a say in every step Read More...
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At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step

bi tool implementation  away from an object. BI system : Business intelligence system; usually contains all corporate information. Code hopping : Refers to the ability of a device to switch from one frequency to another automatically and to use open channels within a preset range of operation. EAN : European article number ; European version of a bar code. An 8- or 13-digit code originally used by companies outside North America to uniquely identify themselves and their products worldwide. EPC : Electronic product code ; a code Read More...
The Challenges of a Business Intelligence Implementation: A Case Study
The University of Illinois provides a good example of extensive integration of its business intelligence (BI) solution and data warehousing environment with its

bi tool implementation  just use of the BI tool but that does so based on its strengths are two areas to consider when implementing a BI solution. To develop a stable environment, organizations should overestimate the use of the system. Included in this assessment is the need for organizations to allocate an additional budget percentage for the selected solution. The impact of not doing so can be seen in the university's situation of underestimating the report generation frequency and data volumes required—a common occurrence Read More...
Case Study: Community College Embarks on Financial Reporting System Implementation
The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) implemented Business Objects to create a financial reporting system that would run in real time, as opposed to taking

bi tool implementation  to newer versions of BI and reporting tools. Testing can help organizations identify what the transition issues are, and fix them before they affect users. Organization-wide buy-in can therefore be expected, providing end users are not needlessly affected when software upgrades are implemented.. Maintaining in-house expertise also helps ensure end user buy-in, as end users don't need to seek outside support when issues occur. Although there will always be the need to have a connection with the BI vendor Read More...
To BI or not to BI
Nowadays a company should not even question whether it needs business intelligence (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future

bi tool implementation  be too late. A BI tool can help you control growth by creating forecasting and patterns that give you valuable information about how your company is doing and about the major obstacles it might have to face in the future. You Have It but You Don't Really Know How to Use It Efficiently I really wanted to talk about this because I have seen companies that had a BI tool but that were not very interested in using it, especially the management team. The owner, controller, production manager, etc., should be Read More...
SAS BI Server
SAS Enterprise BI Server is a comprehensive, easy-to-use business intelligence software solution that integrates the power of SAS Analytics and SAS Data

bi tool implementation  BI Server SAS Enterprise BI Server is a comprehensive, easy-to-use business intelligence software solution that integrates the power of SAS Analytics and SAS Data Management to provide insights that power better decisions. It includes role-based, self-service interfaces for all types of users within a well-defined IT governance framework and a centralized point of administration. This helps organizations simplify and speed business intelligence deployment. Read More...
BI: On Demand, On Premise, Open Source, or Outsourced?
On-premise or on-demand, business intelligence (BI) solutions can help businesses become more intelligent about key processes. But what are the benefits to

bi tool implementation  benefits to implementing cloud-based BI over traditional software? Are on-demand BI applications as popular in the enterprise as they are with midmarket companies? And what are some reasons people don’t outsource BI? Find out the answers to these questions and more. Download this guide now. Read More...
Mobile BI Market Survey
Take our mobile BI survey. The business intelligence (BI) space is finally seeing mainstream adoption of mobile capabilities, and increasing numbers of software

bi tool implementation  BI Market Survey Take our mobile BI survey.  The business intelligence (BI) space is finally seeing mainstream adoption of mobile capabilities, and increasing numbers of software providers are developing mobile BI capabilities to meet the demands of their customers. This evolution is shifting the way people consume and use data. TEC is currently preparing a report that captures the landscape of mobile BI. Mobile BI applications enable anytime, anywhere access to data for analysis, improving the Read More...
How Can Your Vendor Make Your Implementation Easier?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations are mainly business projects rather than IT projects, so a lion’s share of efforts and, consequently, costs

bi tool implementation  are solutions specifically for automobile, electronics, aerospace, and many other verticals. Vendors of ERP for process types of manufacturing also often offer solutions for pharmaceutical businesses, for food and beverage companies, for chemicals, oil and gas, and so on. Software solutions, although similar to each other, vary in multiple ways within those verticals due to different product types, different compliance and item auditing requirements, and many other reasons. Such vertical-focused Read More...
Affordable BI: Why Your Business Needs It now!
In why BI is ripe for businesses of any size, you'll learn why the ideal time to consider a BI solution is now; and how new BI solutions for smbs a...

bi tool implementation  businesses comes in. New BI solutions with lower price points offer you clear and concise integrated reporting—so you can get a bigger, more precise picture of your company, its customers, markets, and competitors. In Why BI is Ripe for Businesses of Any Size , you'll learn why the ideal time to consider a BI solution is now; and how new BI solutions for SMBs are more affordable and valuable than ever. Today, the same powerful technology that helped drive the success of many big corporations is Read More...
Your Guide to IP Telephony Implementation
How you decide to deploy and implement new Internet provider (IP) telephony infrastructure, as well as new applications or services to end users, will vary

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5 Tips to Assure a Successful ERP Implementation
Are you preparing to oversee an enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation project? Are you worried about the statistics that report less-than-successful

bi tool implementation  will be measured, determining accountability and monitoring progress. Project ownership, roadblock strategies and scheduling will also be covered here. Advance publication of the plan is also a common characteristic of successful implementations. We will look at how a little internal PR will smooth the way for the many changes resulting from the new system. The importance of scheduling all major tasks and events in advance is examined in this section as well. Progress reports are most useful as a way to Read More...
2011 Business Intelligence Buyer's Guide: BI for Everyone
This buyer guide is for business owners, managers, decision makers, and anyone interested in learning about the deployment of business intelligence (BI) systems

bi tool implementation  Business Intelligence Buyer's Guide: BI for Everyone This buyer guide is for business owners, managers, decision makers, and anyone interested in learning about the deployment of business intelligence (BI) systems across large enterprises as well as small to medium businesses (SMBs). It presents a comprehensive view of the wide spectrum of BI software solutions currently available and investigates how they match different types of organizations according to size and need. Read More...
Five BI Success Factors for the Midsize Organization: Tactical Guidelines for Effective BI Deployment
Midsize businesses feel the most pressure to boost revenue and increase profits@and have smaller margins for error. Achieving your goals requires making smart

bi tool implementation  BI Success Factors for the Midsize Organization: Tactical Guidelines for Effective BI Deployment Midsize businesses feel the most pressure to boost revenue and increase profits—and have smaller margins for error. Achieving your goals requires making smart, timely decisions that are backed by solid data. With a business intelligence (BI) solution, you can make timely informed decisions and improve productivity, while maximizing value and return. Find out about the five success factors for Read More...
Infor Delivers Implementation Accelerator for Automotive Suppliers
Infor has announced the general availability of the Infor Implementation Accelerator for Automotive Suppliers. Customers are now able to use the Infor

bi tool implementation  has announced the general availability of the Infor Implementation Accelerator for Automotive Suppliers . Customers are now able to use the Infor Implementation Accelerator with Infor CloudSuite Automotive or deploy it with Infor LN, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for complex manufacturing and optimized for distributed global operations applications.   Infor Implementation Accelerators are a set of preconfigured yet flexible industry-specific processes that are based on best practices Read More...

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