Consultancy

Business Intelligence as a Knowledge Management Tool in Providing Financial Consultancy Services

1. Introduction

In 2008, Business Intelligence (BI) was the number one technology priority for the third year in a row (Gartner, 2011). It has become the top presidency of Chief Information Officer (CIOs) since it (BI) can have a direct positive impact on business performance of an enterprise. The capability to complete the task by making brighter decision at every level of the business is another significance that what Business Intelligence (BI) can improve dramatically.

Most leading corporations expect personnel in every role to seek fresh and intelligent ways to improve performance, increase employees’ effectiveness, and grow profit and stronger customer relationship. In order to achieve these expectations, Business Intelligence (BI) is the answer. Supporting decision-making at every level, modifying managers, executives and knowledge actors to take the most efficient action in given situations are the reasons why most leading organizations require Business Intelligence (BI) as a essential element.

Business

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Peter James Thomas | Data & Analytics: Consultancy, Interim Services and Research

Charts

Introduction

The recent update of The Data & Analytics Dictionary featured an entry on Charts. Entries in The Dictionary are intended to be relatively brief [1] and also the layout does not allow for many illustrations. Given this, I have used The Dictionary entries as a basis for this slightly expanded article on the subject of chart types.

A Chart is a way to organise and Visualise Data with the general objective of making it easier to understand and – in particular – to discern trends and relationships. This article will cover some of the most frequently used Chart types, which appear in alphabetical order.

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Categories, Values and Axes

Here an “axis” is a fixed reference line (sometimes invisible for stylistic reasons) which typically goes vertically up the page or horizontally from left to right across the page (but see also Radar Charts). Categories and values (see below) are plotted on axes. Most

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