“Dynamic Warehousing and Beyond”

September 1, 2007

“Dynamic Warehousing and Beyond”

Authors

Dr. Fern Halper, Partner

Robin Bloor, Partner

Driving Business Value through End-to-End Analytics

Business Intelligence can be defined as “the provision of timely and relevant
information to the business from the data gathered by operational systems or
available from external sources.” The goal of BI is ultimately to help an
organization use information to become more successful. As time has passed,
more and more BI capabilities have emerged and, looking forward, it is possible to
conceive of BI not as a complement to operational systems, but as capabilities
woven into the fabric of each business process. We can think of it as the critical
feedback loop for the business, which allows the business to alter its plans and
tactics in flight.

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