Business Intelligence ( Bi ) Systems And Tools

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Introduction-Business Intelligence (BI) systems and tools are utilized intensely in representing important information in an organization. It basically manages information change for making information more important and helpful from business perspective. BI systems are involved in many tasks and help to collect, store, access and analyze data for defining better processes and aid in better decision making.
The main purpose of BI is to allow easy interpretation of large chunks of data and identifying new opportunities and strategies.
Description of Business Analytics Application
SAP Business Objects
SAP BusinessObjects is a front-end business intelligence software that allows user to Design, Report and Analyze data that help in decision
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Business intelligence consists of tools and systems that collect data, analyze it and store it which will help in decision making process. Business intelligence consists of number of tools and applications which help the organization in collection of data from different sources, develop and run queries against that data and create visualization and dashboards on that business intelligence data which will help business managers in making effective decisions. It includes large set applications like ad-hoc analysis, online analytical processing (OLAP)
Different type of applications in this suite are
Crystal Reports- It enables users to design and generate reports based on the specifications. Crystal reports is used to convert raw data into presentable information
Which can be accessed from mobile devices, portals etc.
Xcelsius/Dashboards- With the help of Xcelsius users can make interactive dashboards that contain charts and graphs for visualizing data. Explorer- It provides iTunes like interface where users can search through BI data sources.
Mobile BI, real time BI, operational BI and also includes data visualization software for designing charts and other infographics. The advantages of BI are they help in taking effective decisions, speed up internal processes and increase revenue. They also assist organizations with recognizing business sector patterns and spot business issues that should be attended to.

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