Learn how solutions for large hospitals that provide intelligently aggregate and summarize clinical, operational, and financial data can offer CFOs faster, hospital-wide insight. When CFOs can immediately access information across existing systems, better decision making and financial outcomes result.
In companies of all sizes, the chief financial officer (CFO) is the crucial link between strategy and execution. The CFO acts as a trusted advisor to the chief executive officer (CEO) in mapping out your company's strategic vision, and plays a key role in making sure that vision is realized in all business activities in a profitable way.
This white paper explores why today's executives still lack the relevant information or data quality to make decisions in a timely manner. Inside, learn about the biggest decisions-making challenges facings modern businesses and three keys to achieving better data-driven decisions.
This Aberdeen report demonstrates how highly effective financial planning, budgeting and forecasting enables good decision making, even in periods of major change.
Dynamic financial planning enabled through five key elements -- process, organisation, knowledge management, technology and performance enhancement -- can give business leaders the tools to take prompt action and emerge even stronger.
Analytics has moved from the specialty of a dedicated few to a necessity for broad groups of business professionals to do their job. This white paper considers the use of analytics and business intelligence in the banking industry for improving decision making and the benefits of prebuilt analytic applications for achieving this objective across many functions in a banking organization.
Newell Rubbermaid sought to reduce time and effort to access information. They wanted to simplify access to global sales data and financial metrics. They also wanted to accelerate report query performance and improve decision making. SAP was selected because they are a comprehensive software program from a single vendor. Read to find out more.
Today's competitive and fast-paced business environment requires that more people have access to real-time performance and status information, so they can make quick and intelligent decisions. The need for timely and succinct business intelligence continues to grow as executives demand critical information to seize opportunities faster than competitors and to address potential problems in the making. C-level executives and upper management aren't the only staff needing access to business intelligence. Business unit managers and rank-and-file personnel increasingly must also have updated information to do their jobs. This white paper discusses the features and benefits of next generation dashboards.
When the economy slows, many businesses react by retrenching and cutting costs. While cost reduction is important, companies often overlook equally critical strategic decisions-opportunities to use business information to strengthen product and service offerings and emerge ahead of the competition. Find out how you can use business intelligence (BI) to avoid the most common mistakes companies make in a down economy.
Published By: Mintigo
Published Date: Sep 05, 2018
One of the most common use cases for AI in B2B is to make predictions about which accounts are most likely to buy and which leads are most likely to convert. However, use cases for AI are being extended beyond predictive account and lead scoring to include decision-making and process automation as well. Download this SiriusDecisions technology perspective on Predictive Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Technology to learn more.
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Ziff Davis Custom Whitepaper: Analytics relies on BI, Big Data, and data discovery to provide reporting, trend analysis, and what-if analysis.iii Analytics is defined as the scientific process of transforming data into insight for making better decisions.
Weather Means Business: Enabling transformative decision-making with precise weather data for energy and utilities, insurance, retailing and the public sector
Weather has a profound and widespread influence on business. We are all vulnerable to unforeseen weather events, and the inability to manage weather-related risk can limit business success, thwart economic development and threaten public safety. This whitepaper discusses the uses cases for weather data for various industries, including government, insurance, retail and energy and utilities.
A Pathfinder paper navigates decision-makers through the issues
surrounding a specific technology or business case, explores the business
value of adoption, and recommends the range of considerations and
concrete next steps in the decision-making process.
Better health care at lower costs, for everyone – how do health care providers get there? Understanding the gaps in patient care, patient needs, and the geographic distribution of the patient population are important elements to consider when making decisions about improving the quality of care and reducing its costs.
To effectively analyze gaps in patient care, the data needs to be in a single place or system. However, in many organizations, data is spread across a myriad of spreadsheets and database systems. Data not organized for visual exploration and coherent analysis isn’t useful for decision making. Hence the need for visually appealing and scalable analytical tools to help organizations be more efficient, effective and economically successful.
Location analytics is the process of
integrating geographical data into business intelligence (BI) and analytics-led decision
making. Location analytics creates meaningful insight from relationships found in
geospatial data to solve a broad variety of business and social problems.
Location data is found everywhere – with an item or a device, in a conversation or
behavior, in machines or sensors, tied to a customer or competitor, attached to a
database record or recorded from vehicles or other moving objects. Organizations
want to take advantage of location data to improve decisions, create better customer
engagement and experiences, reduce risks and automate business processes.
Written by Jill Dyche and Kimbery Nevala, 10 Mistakes to Avoid When Launching your Data Governance Program lays out a comprehensive list of issues that can trip up an organization as it gets started with DG. Learn how to use good judgment and sound decision making to sidestep these common issues.
The key to making big data initiatives a success lies within making the produced data more digestible and usable in decision making, rather than making it just ‘more,’ resulting in the creation of an environment wherein information is used to generate real impact. Put another way, the survival of Big Data is more about making the right data (not just higher volume) available to the right people (not just higher variety) at the right time (not just higher velocity).
Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: Feb 25, 2009
When interactivity is combined with unified communications and location awareness, next-generation social networks will have significant business value. Unified communications integrates the wide variety of voice, data, video and collaboration tools that business professionals use today into a single environment. This can dramatically improve the speed of decision-making by connecting collaborators quickly, regardless of their location.
Published By: SPSS Inc.
Published Date: Mar 31, 2009
In an intensely competitive marketplace, knowledge is power. The more an airline can learn about what its customers like and don't like about its offerings, the more effective it can be at building customer loyalty and maximizing its revenues.
To be successful, operations requires integrated business management methodologies and systems that assist in making better, faster decisions and provide visibility into key performance drivers, such as employee productivity, asset utilization, and project profitability.