business intelligence system


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business intelligence system

An IT system which uses technologies, processes, and applications to analyse internal, structured data and business processes. Some NHS trusts have used such systems to empower their stakeholders to make shared, informed decisions and strengthen partnerships with other local sector organisations, to improve both the health education and the health and well-being of its service population.
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Traditional business intelligence systems haven't been appropriate for collaboration.
Data standardization and data integrity are especially important for accurate business analysis, so a number of safeguards have been built into many business intelligence systems.
That trend has also led to more personalization of business intelligence systems as well as modules tailored toward specific job functions, such as sales or marketing.
The collaborative nature of new business intelligence systems means extending availability beyond the organization, according to Donald MacCormick, global product communication director for Crystal Decisions (crystaldecisions.
Attensity teams with Business Objects, IBM and Teradata to offer comprehensive solutions integrated with data warehousing and business intelligence systems.
Attensity teams with Business Objects, IBM, and Teradata to offer comprehensive solutions integrated with data warehousing and business intelligence systems.
Louis, Core Ops is highly regarded as a thought leader in Oracle Technology, E-Business solutions and Business Intelligence Systems.
It also deserves recognition as one of the first software companies to establish the value of business intelligence systems for manufacturers and other type companies.
And our customers are making it clear: They need more talent capable of leveraging world-class business intelligence systems.

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