Business Intelligence: an expert view

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Business Intelligence: an expert view

Business intelligence is key to making successful decisions and supporting business decisions. This expert view will help you stay ahead with the latest business intelligence tools, case studies and analysis from ComputerWeekly on business intelligence.

Business intelligence tools provide a way to making  all the data stored within a company meaningful in order to identify trends, forecast and support business decisions.

Below you will find links to recent Computer Weekly articles focusing on how to implement business intelligence software effectively.

See also: Business intelligence features planned for February 2008

 

Business intelligence rises up the IT agenda >>

Finance directors see value of business intelligence >>

BI tools move into the mainstream >>

Don't let growing software choices divert you from path to useful business analytics >>

Using business intelligence tools >>

Business intelligence: Use your intelligence to prevent a disaster >>

Business intelligence software drives surge in retailers' sales >>

Business intelligence beneficial but costs too high >>

 

Case studies

Business rules software gives lens firm clear view >>

Business intelligence on right line at Dangaard Telecom >>

Wolters Kluwer boosts efficiency with SAS business intelligence >>

PensionDCisions banks on business intelligence >>

 

Business intelligence suppliers

IBM to buy Cognos for £2.5bn >>

Microsoft: Business intelligence for the masses >>

Microsoft to integrate business intelligence software in Office 12 >>

Cognos brings intelligence to the business >>


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This was first published in January 2008

 

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