Business Intelligence & Analytical Reporting

Sit in the Drivers Seat of Your Business and Take Charge of its Future with Business Intelligence and Analytical Reporting.

Business Intelligence (or BI) is a form of advanced reporting that allows our clients to do ad-hoc, what if and what is analysis. It allows you to gain new insights to your business.

Business Intelligence helps companies gather together all of the key indicators that a company has identified so you can start making decisions faster and at the right time. Using Business Intelligence will allow access to key metrics to help collect data and explore important business decisions.

Using Businesses Intelligence has helped our customer’s pinpoint where their sales and profits are coming from. The software collects all of their sales data in real time and compiles it into meaningful information, which is then delivered to the correct decision makers.

You may ask:

  • Which products are selling best at a certain time?
  • Which products have the most margin?
  • How can we catch an early uptick in sales, so we can maintain stock on a hot new product?

The answers to all of these questions are in the sales data. A Business Intelligence system digs through your data quickly and turns it into meaningful information that is helpful and allows you to make decisions right now, not in the past.

Unlock Your Businesses Potential with Business Intelligence and Analytical Reporting Dashboards.

In addition to compiling together key indicators, a Business Intelligence system includes an easy to use dashboard that puts the right information in the right hands when you need it most. Just like the dashboard of your car provides you with the three pieces of information that you care about when driving; (Speed, remaining fuel, rpm, a Business Intelligence Dashboard can do the same for the key individuals in your organization.

Business Intelligence Dashboards are tailored to your business and can provide your current businesses status as well as your progress towards a specific goal. Sales managers are able to track target and profit margins as well as product trends. A CFO has access to cash on hand and outstanding receivables.

Ready to learn more about what Business Intelligence and Analytical Reporting can do for your business?