Business Intelligence

IBM and SAP: Greater Value From Business Intelligence

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Executive Summary

In today's challenging and uncertain economic climate, rapid and effective decision making is more important than ever. This has placed great emphasis on Business Intelligence (BI) and the decision support it can offer. Business intelligence was once the province of specialists and used mostly at the strategic level. But more and more, it is being employed by a much broader base of general users in their daily work. Today's BI networks can encompass tens or even hundreds of thousands of users - throughout the enterprise and beyond, including suppliers and even some customers - using BI tools to analyze inventory flow, purchasing patterns, financial data and more.

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