Business intelligence provides companies with valuable historical information, keeping many organizations competitive during tough times.
Purchasing departments, for example, use BI to monitor, choose and negotiate with suppliers. Customer service departments use it to identify problems that can be fixed. And airlines use BI to monitor the status and performance of their fleets and personnel.
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