Business Intellegence

Lenovo Delivers Business Intelligence with Solutions Purpose-Built for Analytics and AI Workloads

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Lenovo Data Center Group (DCG) announced new flexible solutions to empower customers to simplify common data management challenges. DCG is announcing the launch of the ThinkSystem SR860 V2 and SR850 V2 servers, which now feature 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with enhanced support for SAP HANA based on Intel Optane persistent memory 200 series. In addition, Lenovo is announcing new remote deployment service offerings for the ThinkSystem DM7100 storage systems. This announcement is further supported by Lenovo being awarded #1 in server reliability for seven years running.

With these new offerings, customers can more easily navigate complex data management needs to deliver actionable business intelligence through artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics, while getting maximum results when combined with business applications like SAP HANA®.

Many industries are faced with the ever-increasing challenge of having to analyze greater volumes of data, maintain the velocity

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8 Ways Business Intelligence Software Improves the Bottom Line

Can business intelligence (BI) solutions, software that helps organizations mine and analyze big data and small, help your company improve its bottom line? To find out, CIO.com asked dozens of BI experts and IT executives. Here are their eight top suggestions regarding how you can get a positive return on your BI software investment.

BI, business intelligence

1. Get fast answers to critical business questions. “Business intelligence provides data at the moment of value to a company,” says Jason Cook, chief architect & CTO, U.S. & Canada and Consumer Packaged Goods, BT Global Services. “With a [BI solution] in place, companies can extract crucial facts from a large amount of data at a rapid speed.”

“With quick access to your internal data, you can more efficiently use your time to analyze internal information and make decisions,” says Ryan Mulholland, president, Connotate, a provider of Web data monitoring and extraction solutions. For example, “as

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A Beginner’s Guide to Business Intelligence (BI) in 2020

Intelligence isn’t just for three-letter organizations trying to uncover the next plot in the United States. It’s also for businesses hoping to gain an edge in their industry.

And if you aren’t using it, you’re going to be left behind very quickly. By the end of 2019, 90% of large global organizations will have a chief data officer (CDO), according to Raconteur. That shows how importantly companies are taking their stockpiles of data.

Companies who don’t conduct good business intelligence (BI) will always be at the mercy of competitors who do, because the latter will understand where to put their resources and how they can get an edge when the market shifts — and it always does.

Overview: What is business intelligence?

Business intelligence is a key part of business development that refers to any sort of data retrieval and analysis that can help a business better understand their industry,

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Business Intelligence Market Terms and Agreements 2020-2025: Deal Trends, Players and Financials

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Jun 09, 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.

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Business intelligence leader – a job description

Clients often ask me to help define their job description for a business intelligence (BI) leader, executive, or manager. Here’s what I typically provide:

Our research on Agile BI organizational structures is a good starting point.
Because that report doesn’t include a deep dive into individual job descriptions or salaries, you can refer to some great external resources from TDWI and Robert Half International.

Finally, here’s a description of a senior BI architect/manager/executive that I’ve used in the past. I would love to hear from everyone on what’s missing, what can be added, changed, etc.

Job title:Director/manager/VP of business intelligence

Reports to: Chief operations officer, chief strategy officer, chief information officer, chief financial officer (more popular in the past than the present) or some of the newer titles such as chief customer officer, chief data officer, or chief analytics officer.

Job description: The director/manager/VP of BI has

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Business Intelligence Jobs, Employment – June 2020

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Confidential Revenue Cycle Company

Providence County, RI


Remote work available



$90,000 – $120,000 a year

Revenue Cycle Management: 5 years

Bachelor’s

  • Healthcare Revenue Cycle Billing company looking for a Business Intelligence/Reporting Director to build human and technological infrastructure in order to…



$51,000 – $90,000 a year

  • Collaborates with product stakeholders and business analysts to ensure business intelligence solutions align with business requirements.

Irvine, CA 92618 (Irvine Health and Science Complex area)

  • 3-5 years in a business intelligence, data analyst role.
  • Work closely with different business units to provide analytic insights to drive revenue.
  • Translate business needs to technical specifications.
  • 5+ years BI/ Analytics experience with increasing responsibilities implementing medium and large-scale…

Stamford, CT 06901 (Downtown area)

  • Ability to understand complex business processes, rules and gain business acumen.
  • Work closely with business partners in gathering detailed business…

Maryland Heights, MO 63043

  • Thought leader who
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See Top 10 Analytics & Business Intelligence Trends For 2020

Business intelligence trends for 2020 by datapine

Over the past decade, business intelligence has been revolutionized. Data exploded and became big. We all gained access to the cloud. Spreadsheets finally took a backseat to actionable and insightful data visualizations and interactive business dashboards. The rise of self-service analytics democratized the data product chain. Suddenly advanced analytics wasn’t just for the analysts.

2019 was a particularly major year for the business intelligence industry. The trends we presented last year will continue to play out through 2020. But the BI landscape is evolving and the future of business intelligence is played now, with emerging trends to keep an eye on. In 2020, BI tools and strategies will become increasingly customized. Businesses of all sizes are no longer asking if they need increased access to business intelligence analytics but what is the best BI solution for their specific business. Companies are no longer wondering if data visualizations improve analyses but

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Benefits of Business Intelligence & Analytics Explained With Use-Cases

Business Intelligence can bring great benefits to your business

Using business intelligence and analytics effectively is the crucial difference between companies that succeed and companies that fail in the modern environment. Why? Because things are changing and becoming more competitive in every sector of business, and the benefits of business intelligence and a proper use of data analytics is key to outperform competition.

For example, in regards to marketing, traditional advertising methods of spending large amounts of money on TV, radio, and print ads without measuring ROI aren’t working like they used to. Consumers have grown more and more immune to ads that aren’t targeted directly at them.

The companies that are most successful at marketing in both B2C and B2B are using data and research to craft hyper specific campaigns that reach out to targeted prospects with a curated message. Everything is being tested, and then the campaigns that succeed get more money put into them, while the

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Business Intelligence Courses – Online Classes with Videos

Find study guides to help you with business intelligence courses in school or as a new subject. Our fun and engaging video lessons can provide college credit or help you improve your grades.

How it Works

  • Choose a course: We offer college courses in quantitative analysis at the freshman level as well as a professional development course in quantitative analysis for teachers. Learn the decision-making tools used by business managers or earn credit for your teaching licensure renewal requirements.
  • Watch fun and engaging videos: Teachers with expertise in business intelligence bring quantitative analysis concepts to life in short video lessons that you can watch from any device.
  • Test yourself with practice quizzes and exams: Test how much you’ve learned by completing the practice quizzes that follow each lesson. There are exams at the end of each chapter that will help you prepare for your tests at school.
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Business Analysis Vs Business Intelligence: Differences Between BA & BI

While business intelligence (BI) involves taking a thorough look at past, present and historic operations and collecting data, business analysis (BA) is about using the data to identify the current challenges and predicting future hardships and gearing business towards better productivity and a more stable future.

With the emergence of Big Data and predictive analytics, both BI and BA have gone through some major changes which have made them incredibly crucial as data management tools. While BI’s main focus is monitoring of data to make way for more effective insights, BA depends upon the correct interpretation and implementation of acquired data, in order to make way for leaner and a more functional way of operations, which obviously makes BA more futuristic.

Major Differences Between Business Analysis and Business Intelligence

1. BA is a more expressive indicator than BI

Since business analysis relies on several aspects to illustrate data, to demonstrate

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