Imagine, for a moment, what successful process-oriented business intelligence would look like in your business.
In this dream, the company’s business processes are integrated and no longer hampered by organizational silos. Next generation BI platforms are finally realizing the returns outlined in the business case. In addition, you have successfully spread the benefits of BI to a wider audience of users and business operations owners. Decision-makers have access to actionable information and are able to perform real-time diagnostics of why key performance indicators are met or missed. Executives are no longer waiting for senior analysts to explain problems noted in last month’s performance dashboards. Instead, line managers now have access to the intelligence needed to identify problems in real time, as well as the information needed to act on the problems.
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