Business Intelligence - Explained
What is Business Intelligence?
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What is Business Intelligence (BI)?
Business intelligence is the methodological and technical infrastructure for the collection, storage, and analysis of data resulting from the company's undertakings. Business Intelligence includes data search, process analysis, benchmarking of performance, descriptive analytics and other data related processes that influence the managerial decisions in a company.
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How does Business Intelligence (BI) Work?
Business Intelligence involves the use of software to undertake the company's data unification and analysis.
Besides software solutions, there is a need for data scientist specialist to ensure the balance responsibility between speed and reporting depth.
Higher speed, reporting and analysis accuracy, higher data quality, more satisfaction from employees, profitability and sound decision making within the company are some benefits of business intelligence.