Predicting a Better Future for Students
Driving Innovation through Business Intelligence
Cloud-Based Collaboration Is the Key to Driving Efficiency,...
Unleashing the Power of Analytics in Academics
Tools That Allow Us To Turn Data Into Business Intelligence
Philip Garland, CIO, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Data Science Isn't Just Business Intelligence: Here's How to Cross...
Yohan Chin, VP Data Science, Tapjoy
How to Conquer the Last Mile of Analytics
Ritesh Ramesh, Data & Analytics Leader, Consumer Markets Vertical, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
Business Intelligence a Top Priority in 2016, Again?
Ben Stewart, CIO, Stant USA Corporation
Why Business Intelligence is a Must Technology for Every Organization?
Business intelligence (BI) help organizations take actions to support everything from customer engagement to enhance their experience to customer segmentation. BI may not offer the data that can be operated upon, but it provides the businesses with the ability and information to increase the efficiency, revenue growth, and success. The fundamental activity of BI is to encompass the analysis of a company’s raw data and analytics, to generate actionable takeaways. The analyzed may vary from current sales figures to customer shopping habits to the operations costs, but it allows organizations to make informed and calculated decisions.
There are numerous benefits of incorporating BI into business strategies as they reduce the cost of the product while improving the profit margin.
BI improves efficiency and Productivity
Multiple industries are leveraging the capabilities of BI to improve their working efficiency and productivity. For instance, the healthcare industry is leveraging BI to pinpoint the challenges in their system for patient referrals, understand the inefficiencies in their system and services and eventually address these problems by including a digitally connected referral network into their methods. This way firms operating in the healthcare industry could boost up their sales, complete their appointments, and reduce the consultation time.
BI presents numerous opportunities
Missing out on new opportunities or market shift may result in a massive loss than any organization could anticipate, but careful and regular analysis of the gathered data would help firms keep up with the change. Any variation in the customer behavior or any unexplained alteration in the revenue numbers can be analyzed and worked upon to avoid setbacks and help companies stay ahead of the competition.
BI reduces expenditure and increases sales
Data analysis emphasize the fact that by assessing the market conditions and customer’s reaction to those situations could aid organizations to cut down on their expenditure.
Further, with the actionable insights of the data using Big Data renders successful retail business. By measuring the buying patterns of customers and understanding their preferences, retailers could improve the sales, online or offline. It also assists them in allocating and distributing the goods to stores.