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How confident are you that your business is extracting maximum value from the data it generates? If you aren’t fully utilizing important information generated within your organization, you could be missing out on opportunities to apply this business intelligence (BI) to improve your business processes and reduce your operating costs.

We can integrate Microsoft® BI technologies with your existing systems to deliver enterprise analytics — and help you use them to gain valuable insights from your business data.

As a Microsoft Gold Partner and five-time Hosting Partner of the Year with over 2000 Microsoft certifications worldwide, we have the experience required to implement, manage and support your Microsoft BI solutions, including:

  • Data warehouse design and development
  • Data integration, quality and management
  • Dashboards, analysis and reporting

We can also manage and support Microsoft SQL Server for you, to optimize performance and improve operational efficiency — saving you time and money.

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What is Business Intelligence? Understand BI for Your Company

What is pervasive BI?

It’s a term that is getting a lot of attention these days, but what is pervasive BI and why is it important?

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Pervasive BI — A definition

The term “pervasive BI” refers to organizations that have included the majority of their employees in their business intelligence solution. This can take a variety of forms such as including middle management in the formation of realistic and useful objectives, or providing employees with access to performance dashboards. It is difficult to determine quantitatively if an organization’s BI solution is pervasive. Instead, qualitative measures should take precedent, looking at the solution’s influence and effectiveness at driving performance throughout the organization.

What knowledge is the “right” knowledge?

The goal of pervasive BI is not to simply provide access to raw data, but to include your employees in the formation and attainment of business objectives. Consider the following example of a

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