BI & Reporting

BI & Reporting

Business Intelligence Implementation helps your organization data and statistics into knowledge that can be applied to your processes and business strategy. We deliver end to end Business Intelligence Services from requirements definition through development, deployment, and post-implementation support. We choose the appropriate tools, implement the right solutions, and ensure that clients successfully unlock the value hidden in the data.

  • - Business Intelligence practice streamlines processes within a company, research and analyze to assist strategizing, decision making and understanding your strengths and weaknesses.
  • - Organizations today need continuous intelligence to identify growth opportunities, streamline costs, enhance operational efficiencies and increase profitability.
  • - Business intelligence (BI) is the set of techniques and tools for the transformation of raw data into meaningful and useful information for business analysis purposes. BI technologies are capable of handling large amounts of unstructured data to help identify, develop.

Empower your people with 24/7, user-friendly access to the business intelligence (BI) and Big Data mining tools they need to make faster, more informed decisions. Our BI software and solutions – including ad hoc reporting, self-service data visualization and dashboards, predictive analytics, mobile apps, and more – can help business users improve performance and become more effective in everything they do. A Business Intelligence portal (BI portal) is the primary access interface for Data Warehouse (DW) and Business Intelligence (BI) applications. The BI portal is the user's first impression of the DW/BI system. It is typically a browser application, from which the user has access to all the individual services of the DW/BI system, reports and other analytical functionality.

Specific considerations for business intelligence systems have to be taken in some sectors such as governmental banking regulations. The information collected by banking institutions and analyzed with BI software must be protected from some groups or individuals, while being fully available to other groups or individuals. Therefore, BI solutions must be sensitive to those needs and be flexible enough to adapt to new regulations and changes to existing law.

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