|In today’s business climate, the marketplace changes quickly. Businesses must have the tools, technology, and information to enable quick and efficient adaptation to these changes. Executives must be able to:
If getting the answer to an important business question at an organization involves dispatching a team of analysts to scour multiple IT systems, databases, and spreadsheets, then an enterprise information management solution—including a business intelligence solution—is critical for them.
Where does Business Intelligence fit in the Business Value Chain?
In today’s fast globalising environment, Indian business enterprises have realised the importance of Business Intelligence (BI) solutions as a ‘must have’ tool that can directly contribute to building long term growth and profitability. However, in spite being high on the wish list of CIOs, it is yet to reach the level of adoption and deployment that should be expected. Fortunately, the awareness and adoption of BI solutions among Indian enterprises is on the rise. Moreover, in the context of an economic slowdown, BI solutions become a desirable implementation that can help enterprise top managements get deeper insights into business dynamics. According to CyberMedia Research, the India Business Intelligence / Business Analytics market is slated to grow at a CAGR of 23% for the period 2010-2014. High growth sectors such as Telecommunications and BFSI have started expressing keen interest in such solutions, and this trend is expected to be replicated by other key verticals.
Most user industry executives expect BI companies to innovate and partner with them to address their real-time business issues.
In a volatile market scenario, it is becoming increasingly important to build greater business efficiencies via real time reporting. As a result the emphasis on information delivery is greater than ever before. In such a scenario BI solutions provide business managers with advanced data analysis. This not only delivers real time business information but also enables them to understand market movements and emerging trends, within and across departments, product lines and geographies.
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A Must Attend Forum for:
CIOs/CTOs and other technology decision makers who are looking for more efficient and effective ways to leverage all of their data assets to provide the business with timely access to this information for better decision making.
COOs/CFOs and Business Managers across all departments are looking to gain more insight into their customers, operations, products/services and employees to make better business decisions and to deliver superior service to their customers