Using Operational Business Intelligence for Intra-Day Analysis and Decision Making
Published: March 9, 2007
This research report on operational business intelligence presents the components, the benefits and the trends in operational business intelligence, along with case studies of organizations that have
implemented operational BI.
Business intelligence (BI) focuses on delivering the right information in the right format to the right people at the right time so they can make effective and timely business decisions. To do this successfully, you have to know what information you need and when you need it, and then ensure that the business can deliver it.
BI services, applications, and technologies have come a long way over the past two decades. Current implementation efforts are targeted at operational...
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About the Author
Judith R. Davis
Judith R. Davis is an independent analyst and researcher with more than 30 years of experience in the business application of information technology. Her current focus is business
intelligence and related products and technologies to optimize decision-making across the enterprise. Judy has worked extensively with major vendors and end users and has authored many research
studies, white papers and articles for industry media organizations and technology providers. She may be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.