Enterprise Business Intelligence: Cut Through the Chaos

In today’s challenging business market, the level of what’s available within a company is now more important than ever. Organizations are faced with increasing costs and no centralized way to account for their data. With the maturity of BI tools, more companies are utilizing these features to deal with the enormous increase in information both unstructured and structured.

The bottom line is people are beginning to realize the effective use of BI and how it can transform their business and gain the competitive advantage. However, every organization is different and faces unique challenges in defining their BI vision and executing on it. Many companies are dealing with duplicate data, missing relevant data and no enterprise view of their database. The key is to learn how to cut through the chaos.

Join BearingPoint Managing Director Greg Molley to explore the importance of Business Intelligence (BI) and how it can exponentially benefit your organization.

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One response to “Enterprise Business Intelligence: Cut Through the Chaos

  1. Hi

    Very interesting interview and view on BI. I completely agree with the fact that BI is here to stay and will continue to move forward. I come from Denmark but live in the USA now, and I can tell that BI is already much bigger in Europe than over here and still growing. In this connection a company you forgot to mention is TARGIT, which is Denmark’s largest BI developer and tow offices to the US.


    TARGIT uses the business philosophy CALM (Computer Aided Leadership & Management) to cut through the chaos and optimize the decision process in the organization.


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