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Why business intelligence reporting doesn't have to be complex

The goal of business intelligence reporting is to transform data into accurate and actionable information for easy analysis and rapid decision-making. Through simple dashboards, all users are able to interpret a full view of business performance. This can be done quickly and efficiently which is important during a crisis.  Reports can be created on the spot and the information disseminated companywide.  In this post, we will take a closer look at why BI reporting comes without the complexity.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - IT, Dynamic reporting

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Why business intelligence reporting doesn't have to be complex

The goal of business intelligence reporting is to transform data into accurate and actionable information for easy analysis and rapid decision-making. Through simple dashboards, all users are able to interpret a full view of business performance. This can be done quickly and efficiently which is important during a crisis.  Reports can be created on the spot and the information disseminated companywide.  In this post, we will take a closer look at why BI reporting comes without the complexity.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - IT, Dynamic reporting

BI reporting versus traditional reporting

Over the last 15-years, we have undergone a major change in the way we do business. This is mostly due to technological advancement and the proliferation of SaaS. Companies must have the ability to store and analyze huge volumes of data. People cannot afford to wait for weekly or monthly reports to make critical company decisions. The ability to generate accurate, relevant and timely reports is critical if a company is to remain agile.  In this post, we will discuss a few ways BI reporting outplays traditional reporting practices.  

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - IT, Dynamic reporting

Five benefits of business intelligence reporting

In a digital world, the ability to collect and collate pertinent business data from multiple sources - then extract relevant information - is the key to improved business performance. As business becomes more data-driven, reporting is evolving too. Rather than wait for IT generated reports, business intelligence (BI) reporting presents information in real-time, and in a way that is digestible to end users. Today, BI reporting is essential to empower executives with the information they need to make business decisions on the fly.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Executive, Dynamic reporting

What to expect from BI reporting

Gone are the days spending hours generating reports that immediately lead to more questions. Your obsolete reporting software or homegrown tools are leaving your business exposed to a range of critical risks and missed opportunities. BI reporting allows you to quickly, visually and cost-effectively get the answers you need to conduct business, manage budgets, and make accurate decisions.

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - Finance, Job Role - IT, Dynamic reporting

Static reports vs business intelligence

What is the difference between traditional static reports and business intelligence? Static reports are often about a set timeframe such as the last quarter of results, and you have to consider all the elements that you'll need when preparing them. In contrast, BI provides more flexibility.  In this blog, we will explore how static reports compare to real-time business intelligence so you can be better informed about what your business needs. 

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Topics: Business Intelligence Basics, Job Role - IT, Strategy, Management and Performance, Dynamic reporting

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