Healthcare and Life Sciences organizations are using data to generate knowledge that helps them provide better patient care, enhances biopharma research and development, and streamlines operations across the product innovation and care delivery continuum. Next-Gen business intelligence (BI) solutions can help organizations reduce time-to-insight by aggregating and analyzing structured and unstructured data sets in real or near-real time.
AWS and AWS Partner Network (APN) Partners offer technology solutions to help you gain data-driven insights to improve care, fuel innovation, and enhance business performance.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from APN Partners Deloitte and hc1.com about their solutions, built on AWS, that enable Next-Gen BI in Healthcare and Life Sciences.
Join this webinar to learn:
How Healthcare and Life Sciences organizations are using cloud-based analytics to fuel innovation in patient care and biopharmaceutical product development.
How AWS supports BI solutions f
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ERP and Business Intelligence are essential to your success. Read this and learn how to improve productivity and decision-making. You'll see how Blue Coat WAN Optimization leverages proven solutions to achieve dramatic reductions in latency and bandwidth consumption.
This white paper discusses the different support challenges that can confront you when implementing a smarter infrastructure that includes new solutions like cloud initiatives, virtualized environments and other new breeds of computer models. To keep these solutions running daily, you should consider the level of support that will be required.
The focus of modern business intelligence has been self-service; pushing data into the hands of end users more quickly with more accessible user interfaces so they can get answers fast and on their own. This has helped alleviate a major BI pain point: centralized, IT-dominated solutions have been too slow and too brittle to serve the business.
What has been masked is a lack of innovation in data modeling. Data modeling is a huge, valuable component of BI that has been largely neglected. In this webinar, we discuss Looker’s novel approach to data modeling and how it powers a data exploration environment with unprecedented depth and agility.
Topics covered include:
• A new architecture beyond direct connect
• Language-based, git-integrated data modeling
• Abstractions that make SQL more powerful and more efficient
As your business transitions to a digital enterprise, you can start to give your employees, partners, and customers immediate, data-driven, and even predictive insight into what’s going on – in a way that’s relevant for them. Strategic use of on premise and cloud-based analytics accelerates this process. Read the solution brief to see how SAP is continuing to invest in on premise solutions as part of their effort to reimagine analytics.
Published By: SAP Inc.
Published Date: Jul 28, 2009
Learn how midsize companies are putting in place a business intelligence information infrastructure - making them more likely to adhere to their budgets and deadlines, concentrate on improving the overall business rather than just one department, and reward employees accordingly.
Covering 23 vendors and 5 market segments, the 2013 Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study helps readers understand the current market landscape including the perceptions and plans of organizations adopting BI solutions, the latest user trends and technology.
Published By: BMC ASEAN
Published Date: Dec 18, 2018
From the impact of disruptive technologies to the imperative of digital transformation, businesses today must find new ways to innovate or risk being left behind. While data flowing rapidly between the Internet of Things and multi-cloud computing environments brings tremendous opportunity, there’s also a great deal of complexity. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are part of the new wave of solutions capturing the minds of enterprise leaders to respond to these new opportunities and complexities. Digitally literate leaders who are highly cognizant of this wave, are jumping in headfirst and applying AI and ML to solve real business challenges—making enterprise goals of enabling cost savings via smarter operations and decision making come to fruition.
BMC Cognitive Service Management (CSM) addresses the complexities of multi-cloud computing by applying intelligence, automation, and predictive capabilities. CSM
employs a differentiated approach with a more holistic
47 business outcome studies were conducted for clients across multiple industries for the 2011 Business Outcomes Studies Report. It demonstrates the value of online talent measurement solutions against metrics specific to the goals of each organization.
Discover the unique support for data warehousing and business intelligence offered by the IBM DB2 portfolio. This white paper shows how an IBM System z server, integrated with the IBM DB2 family of solutions, can help you meet requirements for data warehousing and business intelligence.
Sound, responsible financial management is at the heart of business success. Download this webcast to learn more about the Microsoft solutions for financial management and business intelligence (BI) that can help you transform your business into a high-performance workplace. We describe how Microsoft business solutions are designed to help you work more efficiently by focusing on the tasks that add the most value to your business and enable you to make more informed decisions based on timely, accurate information.
Read this whitepaper from FSN's Gary Simon to learn how disclosure management solutions from IBM can extend the value of your existing Business Intelligence tools.
Learn more about ‘Big Data and Business Analytics’ through IBM’s latest market leading solutions. Register and attend this complimentary virtual event on June 11 by IBM Business Analytics
Tools for extracting actionable insights from growing mounds of data are becoming smarter and easier to use.
Organizations are awash in data generated by customers, supply chain partners and numerous other humanand machine-based sources. With the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) starting to churn out even more data, many enterprises are considering how to transform their growing stores of raw information into actionable insights.
Business intelligence (BI) and data analytics were once mostly limited to large enterprises, but 85 percent of small and midsize businesses have expressed interest in these solutions, according Gartner subsidiary Software Advice. Further, Accuray Research reports that the global business intelligence and analytics software market is poised to grow swiftly in the coming years to approximately $24 billion by 2020.
Published By: Oco, Inc.
Published Date: Nov 12, 2008
Many companies have business intelligence (BI) tools and infrastructure that serve their business’ needs; however, certain functional departments, business units, or key business initiatives often don’t yet have the BI tools that they need in place. There is a new approach to BI to address those pressing business needs that leverages the existing BI infrastructure and can deliver value to the business in weeks rather than months and at a fraction of the cost of a traditional BI solution. Learn how Complementary BI leverages Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) BI solutions to address targeted business needs in a way that complements in-house BI systems, leading to a win-win situation for business users and IT analytical tools to business users.
Published By: Oco, Inc.
Published Date: Dec 10, 2008
In today’s tough economic times, more and more companies are looking to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) on-demand business intelligence (BI) solutions to assess how they can quickly reduce inventory levels, assemble information, analyze operations and gain new insights in how to improve performance.
Artificial intelligence and related forms of advanced analytics hold enormous potential for marketers to expand and deepen customer intelligence, improve business processes, and deliver engaging customer experiences. But many marketing organizations are just getting their feet wet in leveraging these technologies. To learn about the opportunities and challenges, IIA spoke with Analise Polsky, Business Solutions Manager, SAS Best Practices and Jonathan Moran, Principal Product Marketing Manager, SAS Customer Intelligence Solutions.