Month: July 2020

Healthcare Business Intelligence Market Analysis, Global Size, Industry Forecast to 2023

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A Business Intelligence Approach To Link Building

Organic search traffic can be a tremendously profitable marketing channel.

To acquire organic search traffic, you need a technically sound website, great content, and high-quality backlinks. Although this may seem like an oversimplification, it’s the foundation for SEO.

Assuming you’ve got your website and content in a comfortable spot, backlinks are going to be the next area you’ll want to address.

Many studies still show backlinks are crucial to ranking your website on Google’s search engine results page. Even Google will tell you that backlinks are one of their algorithms’ top three ranking factors.

A mistake many organizations make is not a lack of investment in link building (although there’s plenty of that). It’s a blind investment in link building.

The economics of a business problem should always be a consideration before execution, NOT after. Organic search traffic acquisition is no different. 

Just because you need backlinks to increase

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Turn Data Into Opportunity With These 9 Business Intelligence Tools

Businesses and enterprises have a lot of data to contend with. From acquisition and retention metrics to prospective customers, internal business processes, partners, affiliates, and competitor data, knowing what data matters most to your business can be difficult.

Often, businesses can’t -or simply neglect to -leverage their data effectively into actionable wins that can grow revenue and help them operate more efficiently.

That’s where business intelligence (BI) tools can really help. They pull your data from dozens of sources, clean it up, transform it, and display it visually via dashboards and reports, which are far easier to interpret than raw numbers and fields. BI also makes it easier to track the ins and outs of what’s actually happening in your company.

While BI tools have been around for decades, there’s been an explosion of excellent online tools entering the market in recent years. These tools are constantly evolving to meet

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Data warehouse: a foundation for business intelligence

Businesses are making data analytics a priority like never before — so much so that, according to a recent TDWI study, 82% of businesses are prioritizing their budgets around new technologies and services for analytics and business intelligence.

To derive value from their data, however, companies must efficiently sort through it. A data warehouse can store and organize historical, operational, and transactional data for analytical use, improving data accessibility and enhancing a business’s ability to make bottom-line decisions.

Data warehouse characteristics

A data warehouse is a repository that stores current and historical data from disparate sources. It’s a key component of a data analytics architecture that creates an environment for decision support, analytics, business intelligence, and data mining.

A data warehouse holds data from multiple sources, including internal databases and SaaS platforms. After the data has been loaded, it can be cleansed, transformed, catalogued, and checked for quality before it’s

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What Makes Microsoft a Business Intelligence Leader?

The business intelligence (BI) solutions provided by Microsoft help any organizations transform data into intelligent, easy-to-understand visualizations that are surfaced wherever decisions are made. Using these solutions organizations can create amassing data-exploration experiences that look and work like the other Microsoft technologies one uses every day so they can get started quickly. They can also avail the perks of the library of data connectors to access popular cloud and on-premises sources such as Excel, SharePoint, Azure SQL Database, Dynamics 365, and Salesforce and add others.

 

Potential Benefits of BI Services

Microsoft’s BI solutions enable organizations to prepare and model data with ease through built-in automation and intelligence. They can bring their data to life through hundreds of data visualizations, AI-powered features, and branding options so their report fits the users. BI solutions offered by the tech giant serves everyone in an organization—from business analysts and BI professionals to business users—powerful,

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Harnessing the Power of Data for Field Service Operations

“Field service organizations are dynamic, fast-moving teams who have long suffered with inadequate reporting tools,” said Geoff Surkamer, CEO of MSI. “With Service Pro BI, companies now have the advanced technology they need to make informed business decisions. They’re able to transform operational data in Service Pro into actionable business intelligence to drive field service opportunities, optics, and optimization.”

With no-coding-required data visualization tools, Service Pro BI allows users to track critical service KPIs, boost technician efficiency, and identify potential problems before they impact customers. Service Pro BI provides organizations with unlimited visualizations within Service Pro for each functional area, such as appointments, equipment, orders, and service technicians.

Unlike a basic report wizard that only analyzes historical data, Service Pro BI uses both historical and current data, so users can get a complete view of their service operations. Then users can choose from 19 available visualization types, including bar

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Business Intelligence – FreedomPay

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Our platform captures exceedingly detailed data and automatically structures it into our user-friendly analytics component. Want to infuse your own data? That can happen too, and it all seamlessly integrates into the demand generating side of the platform.  It becomes actionable intelligence! Save millions and months by leveraging the power of Next Level Commerce™.  

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Goodbye fuzzy math – welcome to consumer centric commerce reality.

Because our analytics live on our platform, and that platform is integrated into your demand and fulfillment side (i.e., the payments and identity) – there is no guess work. The consumers you track and segment in the analytics engine are automatically available for presentment of incentives. Know the truth.  It is much easier to manage to in our world (even if you can’t handle it).

Finding Signals from the Noise
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Business Intelligence Market Development Status, Emerging Technologies, Regional Trends and Comprehensive Research Study 2025

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Jul 11, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The Global Business Intelligence Market was valued at USD 17.15 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 147.19 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 26.98% from 2017 to 2025.

Business Intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. BI encompasses a wide variety of tools, that enable organizations to collect data from internal systems and external sources, prepare it for analysis, develop and run queries against that data, and create reports for better decision making process. Benefits of business intelligence include – improve efficiency, better inventory management, identify new revenue opportunities, and get insights to make accurate and timely business decisions.

The Final Report will cover the impact analysis of COVID-19 on this industry:

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Leading the Way in Data Analysis for Business Intelligence

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Companies are implementing business strategies
with some key objectives in mind: cost reduction, improvements in efficiency,
and enhanced profitability.

Business intelligence can add huge value in these areas, which is why professionals in business intelligence and data analysis are in great demand. In a 2017 IBM report, the demand for data scientists in the United States was expected to increase to 28 percent by 2020. Now here we are.

Business intelligence involves the analysis of past and current data in order to provide practical insights for informed decision-making. The data can be diverse depending on needs. For example, it can include sales that result over a specific length of time, client behavior, or operating costs. Data analytics also often involve prescriptive analysis and predictive modeling.

These and other methods are merged by
experienced professionals with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine
learning (ML)

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The 10 Best Business Intelligence Tools For Reporting Insights

4. Logi Analytics – Embedded analytics development service offering access dashboards, reports, and other self-service tools in your application


Logi Analytics screenshot - The 10 Best Business Intelligence Tools For Reporting Insights

Embed customizable dashboards, reports, and self-service in your application.

Logi Analytics is an analytics solution that embeds machine learning and artificial intelligence inside your application to provide robust data dashboards and self-service reporting right in your app. Intelligent workflows then let users take action or trigger a process without leaving the application.

Because of their option for custom, branded, developer-controlled UI, Logi Analytics ranked particularly high in the evaluation criteria section for UI score. After all, what better UI can you ask for than one that is easily modified to fit the look and feel of your own brand with custom themes, CSS, and JavaScript?

Logi works with SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, DB2, Progress OpenEdge; Big data such as Amazon Redshift, HP Vertica, MongoDB, 1010Data, Hadoop (Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR),

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