Business Intelligence refers to the set of techniques, processes and architecture that transforms data collected by a company into important and relevant information for management processes, identifying aspects in the line of business that are difficult to visualise, thus creating opportunities for improvements ranging from reducing costs to creating new businesses.

Through this service an organisation can achieve:

See customer stories

An understanding of the past, present and future of the company:

One of the strengths of Business Intelligence systems is that they afford you the opportunity to weigh up the status of your business over a specific time period, for example how stocks of a particular product were selling. This data can be used to gain an advantage over your competition and, in particular, to analyse the development of the company to implement improvements, continuous innovation and adaptation to changing markets.

By implementing the array of techniques and processes that comprise the BI environment, our clients can:

Visualise data in a graphical, straightforward and efficient way.

Utilise standardised reports

Carry out Data Mining & Analytics processes

Manage metrics

Create predictive analytics

Develop business efficiency:

Many organisations lose a great deal of time looking for information from their various data sources. Indeed, when we are able to group together this information we still need to validate and convert this data, set out an analysis plan and convey views on the results. With BI systems, we integrate the sources and we are in a position to visualise them on a dashboard, quickly create a report or simply store the data. This removes inefficiencies from our work processes.

Answering your questions:

The swiftness in which a BI tool helps to get answers to questions concerning your business allows you to make decisions without needing to review masses of report pages, waste resources unnecessarily or consult various partners and waste time.

Metric fulfilment = Target fulfilment:

Targets are set to be met and the way to meet them is to measure them. With BI programmes, any member of your team can access the business metrics, dashboards and other important reports, enabling comprehensive visualisation of the business status at that point in time.

Market research:

Today, Business Intelligence provides the opportunity to analyse your clients’ behaviour. This type of information was previously irrelevant; however, BI platforms can analyse client data to improve traditional sales models, as well as to help sales staff implement response strategies as required by the market.

Optimisation of operations:

When a BI system is implemented, we can begin to gain detailed insights about the performance of our operations. This allows us to recognise the areas where we need to improve or modify something, with the aim of optimising and rationalising our operations.

Find out what your actual operating costs are:

BI projects can generate more detailed information about your company costs, as well as your ability to make changes in this process to achieve greater yield. Aspects relating to inventory or logistical management are made easier as the information that is managed in real-time allows for better coordination of the requirements of suppliers, intermediaries and clients.