Agile development is being merged with Business Intelligence to create smaller-scale, rapid-results with analytics applied to corporate data.
As the United States, unfortunately, moves closer and closer to 100 bank failures this year, risk managers must look deeper and deeper at risk levels across portfolios. The ability to assess and visualize the risk in loan portfolios in light of continued bank failures and economic troubles is of utmost importance… Read More →
According to the latest edition of the Kroll Annual Global Fraud Report, the financial services industry is being most severely hit by fraud in the current economic downturn. Kroll notes that the financial services industry is extremely vulnerable to fraud due to “the reduction in internal controls, pay cuts, reduced… Read More →
One irony of the recession’s cost-cutting and economizing is the money required to do it – memos explaining new policies, meetings and training for staff, and other expenses maybe even the business intelligence reports and analytics to see if you’re actually saving money. Bruce Myatt hits the nail on… Read More →
Business intelligence is often thought of as providing data and answers for finance and operations departments. Yes, that’s how many companies use business intelligence, but many others apply business intelligence in other areas of the company. For pharmaceuticals, business intelligence provides untold value in analyzing sales metrics – delivering sales performance management.
When thinking about business intelligence applications, most of us naturally think about big corporate applications. But even the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), which is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), needs business intelligence. In fact, last year, NMFS issued a report on its need for enterprise data management and business intelligence.
BeyeCONNECT is the “missing puzzle piece” for a worldwide community of business intelligence professionals discussing hot topics and more.
We are thinking a lot these days about marketing spend and how it translates into revenue. Isn’t everybody? We are looking at it for our internal spend. But, importantly, we are also looking at marketing and sales analytics from the use of Spotfire perspective for our customers and prospects.
Federal grants, through ARRA, are helping companies upgrade ties to electric utilities and use business intelligence to track consumption and use.
We read with great interest this article from TradingMarkets.com on the current state of opinion surrounding Solvency II in the European Union. The insurance companies in Europe (specifically in Britain and Germany) are warning that Solvency II may be “too conservative.” However, even given that opinion, other insurers are… Read More →