Business Intelligence (BI) is not just a trend that is attracting attention of various organisations around the world. It is about the best practices of using information in managing and optimising business performance in order to maximise profitability and help companies remain viable in the competitive business environment. This article will give readers a general idea of what BI is.
Topics: Business Intelligence
In order to make the most optimization decision, managers and executives must ensure that all business processes are supported with meaningful, proactive information. Business Intelligence is one of the key technologies that help companies to successfully deliver information and transfer them into strategic plans. In our last post, we discussed about the first 5 steps to help create harmony concept between business intelligence (BI) and performance management (PM) for better business performance. The next 5 steps are to address organisational needs as well as challenges in order to direct BI and PM in the right path.
Although Performance Management (PM) and Business Intelligence (BI) can work separately, almost all leading organisations combine these two together to provide the best business results. PM uses the power from BI to get the data and information needed to make decisions, and PM adds context and guide BI in a certain direction benefiting the organisation. In previous posts, we discussed about how to optimise BI for SMEs as well as the way to operate BI platform in the right way. To explore more into how to enhance BI in your PM processes for greater results, we will look at some findings and recommendations to solve this problem.