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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To address our three research questions, we focused on data from 150 (43.7%) respondents who use all three business intelligence systems. Figure 2, Panel A shows that the vast majority of respondents work in information technology (65.1%), 11.5% work in manufacturing, and 9.5% are in accounting and finance departments.
For the asset manager, the system rolls up operating data that can be used in creating financial projections, analyzing variables and prioritizing issues--some of the typical functions supported by generic business intelligence systems.
Developing a business intelligence system is a process that can lead you out of the pack by harnessing your sales channels to give customers the best possible experience and give investors the best possible return.
The stand will include working examples of a fully developed business intelligence system, a Sharepoint collaboration portal and Waterstons on-line desktop and server remote support system.
But it's more than that: it's the foundation of our business intelligence system that will lead to better business deals and stewardship of our taxpayers' dollars."
Internet Business Intelligence covers business intelligence; how to build an easy-to-use Internet Business Intelligence System (IBIS); how small-business owners and entrepreneurs can use IBIS to compete with giants; key IBIS strategies for business management, marketing, and finance; the use of IBIS to launch a business, find customers, test new products, and increase sales; and the use of IBIS to track competitors, explore markets, and evaluate opportunities and risks.
Release 6.0 may be deployed as a standalone analytic application supporting specific queries, visual analytics and reports, or fully integrated within an existing business intelligence system. Examples of unstructured text sources include Web-based news articles or research, as well as other electronic formats such as e-mails, PDFs, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint slides.
New York-based Information Builders has launched version 4.3.6 of its WebFOCUS business intelligence system.
DigiLibe is an integrated end-to-end solution designed to build an operational business intelligence system for user-created data and e-mails.

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