Tap into your "extended enterprise" and grow your business performance
The quality of a business decision rests upon two key factors: information and context. In order to satisfy the first half of that equation and capture, assemble, and deliver actionable information to the right people, companies are increasingly turning to business intelligence (BI) tools. However, the challenge for many organizations is the second piece of the puzzle: providing the context and expertise needed to take timely information and transform it into meaningful business insight. Increasingly, top companies are tapping into the brainpower that resides not only within their organization, but in various elements of their "extended enterprise," such as customers, suppliers, and distribution partners. In this way, they can wrap the right context around their information and support better decisions.
Hear Mike Lock, research director at Aberdeen, and Rod Radojevic from Infor to explore the connection between collaborative knowledge sharing and analytical activity. Learn how best-in-class companies are creating a more pervasive and self-service analytical environment both internally and externally in order to get a better view into their extended enterprise, and drive substantial business performance gains as a result.
- Top business pressures driving the need for business intelligence and global collaboration
- The most visible market trends around the need for faster information
- Tangible end-user performance achievable through the use of collaborative BI
- Best practices around alignment of organizational resources
- Key takeaways to create a more pervasive and effective analytical environment
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