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BI success for MAM customers using Phocas

For automotive businesses, the ability to track and drill into your live data offers an unparalleled advantage over competitors. However, many businesses struggle to access the data sitting in their internal systems.

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Topics: Case Study, ERP - MAM, Industry - Automotive, Strategy, Management and Performance

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BI success for MAM customers using Phocas

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For automotive businesses, the ability to track and drill into your live data offers an unparalleled advantage over competitors. However, many businesses struggle to access the data sitting in their internal systems.

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Topics: Case Study, ERP - MAM, Industry - Automotive, Strategy, Management and Performance

Wholesale distribution business intelligence (BI) success stories

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The wholesale distribution sector is big business. In 2015 alone, the National Association of Wholesaler-distributors (NAW) reported that wholesale trade equaled $5.35 trillion. So how can business intelligence be used in a wholesale distribution business?

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Topics: Case Study, Industry - Wholesale Distribution, Strategy, Management and Performance

Manufacturing business intelligence (BI) success stories

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Manufacturers are turning to business intelligence (BI) to draw value from their data, access dynamic reports and improve their sales environment. In this blog, a selection of manufacturers share their BI success stories.

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Topics: Case Study, Industry - Manufacturing, Strategy, Management and Performance

It’s time to perform first aid on your data

New technologies can cause information overload leaving decision makers trying to make sense of haemorrhaging data. With data stored deep in your ERP and CRM systems, the only people able to make sense of the numbers are the IT doctors with the know-how of extracting the relevant information to treat your queries.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Industry - Health and Medical

Be enlightened with data - business intelligence for electrical

Business Intelligence (BI). It is the one thing that has put over 130 electrical companies using Phocas ahead of the rest. How, you may ask? Well, in the electrical world you’ve got loads of products and suppliers, subsidiaries and/or branches that you work with. Which really only means one thing. You have an enormous amount of data. 

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Topics: Industry - Electrical

This is how you sell more to existing customers

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Upselling exists in various forms but the principle almost always remains the same. As open forum explains, you should always offer customers the opportunity to purchase an additional item to benefit, enhance, supplement or otherwise improve upon their current purchase experience.

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Topics: Job Role - Sales

CIOs and IT managers – staying ahead in a data bonanza

In this data crazy world with data hungry people everywhere, CIOs and IT managers are feeling the mounting pressure. People are ravenous to get their hands on their data and fast. So how can CIOs and IT managers better manage this pressure?  

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Topics: Job Role - IT

Automotive business intelligence (BI) success stories

A recent report by senior research analyst John Greenough found the market position of the car today is similar to where the smartphone was in 2010. “It’s just taken off and is ready to explode.”

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Topics: Case Study, Industry - Automotive, Strategy, Management and Performance

The humble graph - how visualization enhances data discovery

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“There is a magic in graphs. The profile of a curve reveals in a flash a whole situation — the life history of an epidemic, a panic, or an era of prosperity. The curve informs the mind, awakens the imagination, convinces,” Henry D. Hubbard – member of the U.S. Bureau of Standards.

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Topics: Strategy, Management and Performance, Job Role - Executive

Living in a BI revolution

In the words of digital marketing expert Mark Egan, “it’s life 2.0". We wake up in the morning and check our Twitter feed, get home at night and respond to our Facebook messages and interact with technology at all opportunities in between.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics

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