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Business intelligence

Business Intelligence is a term used to describe the technologies, applications, and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. Leveraging the potential of modern tools allows organizations to transform data into insights and make better decisions, gain a competitive edge, and improve operations. 

What is business intelligence?

Business intelligence is the collection and analysis of data from multiple sources. It helps organizations make more informed decisions. It encompasses a variety of tools, such as data mining, reporting, predictive AI, and analytics, to provide insights into business performance and operations. 

Business intelligence tools are used to monitor and measure a variety of KPIs, such as:

  • customer satisfaction, 
  • market trends, 
  • sales performance, and more.

The goal of BI is to provide businesses with better visibility into their operations, so business leaders can make data-driven decisions.

Business intelligence tools & software

Business intelligence software enables organizations to analyze data, visualize insights, and monitor performance. Common BI software includes data integration solutions, data visualization tools, propensity models, and reporting tools.

Thanks to data integration solutions, organizations can gather and collect information from multiple sources, making it easier to integrate, clean, and query data. 

Data visualization tools help to visualize and present data in the form of charts, graphs, and other visuals. Predictive AI tools track key performance indicators and provide insights in real-time, while propensity modeling provides reports on performance, customer behavior, and more.

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