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Data is the new gold. Equip your teams and key decision-makers with insightful data to help them make educated choices. Leverage the best of varied data types with us. Speaking of which, we assess your goals and challenges to devise a solution that is a close fit to your needs, providing you with an edge over your competition.
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What we offer

BI as a service

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Our BI as a service is comprehensive. From analytics solution design and development to analytics solution support and administration, analytics solution components development, easy access to pre-defined reports, custom alerts, and self-service analytics – we do it all.

BI consulting

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We cover all things BI consisting of BI analysis, BI implementation/evolution/ migration strategy, BI solution design, BI solution cloud migration supervision, recommendations on data quality and security, and proof of concept.

BI implementation

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We help you implement BI in your flow with our BI solution components development, ETL processes setup, reports, and dashboard design, data management procedure, quality assurance procedures, and BI support and evolution services.

BI support and evolution

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Are you stuck in the middle of development or need someone to take care of BI processes? We have your back. From BI development support (troubleshooting and upgrades) to administration support and power BI support services – count on us.

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How our process works
We know what we do, and we do it well.
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Analysis and evaluation

Help us understand your core requirements to identify the critical indicators for your decision-making process and establish the best KPIs.

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Audit

Allow us to access your data types and storage facilities so we know what we are dealing with.

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Interconnection

Let us design a way to interconnect your varied data types and sources to transfer them to Power BI.

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Online reporting

Get automated reports and updates in real-time. Share online reports with your stakeholders.

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Privacy and security

Define access levels for your employees to govern who sees what.

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Training

Is your workforce new to BI? We will ensure it gets familiar and acquainted with it in no time. Ready to take the plunge? Make data-based decisions with BI implementation from us.

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FAQ

Business Intelligence is the name for a group of practices, technologies, applications, and methods that provide an actionable data pool for companies. Thanks to BI, you can adjust your business activities, plans, or goals to reflect the current state. In other words, you will be closer to what we call a data-driven company.

With proper usage of data, you can achieve your goals faster and easier while spending less money. You can also filter which goals are relevant or even achievable. Proper implementation of BI in your company will automate your information process, which lets you focus on execution.

Without previous experience, Business Intelligence can be overwhelming. Firstly, you have to determine the data sources and data types that are relevant to you. You then have to find the right usage for them. Luckily, you can count on service providers to help you set up the BI process, and even train your company to use it to its full extent.

Business Intelligence tools help you use and visualize data, automate tasks such as reporting and alerts, and provide you with other useful features in a user interface with familiar elements and functionalities. One of the most used and well-known BI tools is Microsoft Power BI, for example.

Both terms are related, although they can be used separately. Business Intelligence (BI) collects, stores, and analyzes your current data based on your business operations. It helps you to create benchmarks or KPIs.

Business Analytics (BA) is a term that refers to a prognosis, future events in your business, or possible trends. It operates with collected and cleaned data, often gathered via Business Intelligence data infrastructure.

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Businesses generate vast amounts of data every day. With the evolution of technology, this data can be processed, analyzed, and turned into actionable insights. One key area benefiting from this capability is Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). In this article, we delve into how Big Data analytics plays an instrumental role in ERM and its many applications for businesses.
Data is the fuel that drives businesses towards success. However, raw data alone is of little value. It's the insights gleaned from this data that holds the potential to revolutionize businesses. This is where Business Intelligence (BI) comes into play. BI transforms raw data into meaningful information that aids decision-making, facilitates operational efficiency, and offers competitive advantages. 
Every industry has its own set of terminology used for its unique tools, ideas, and methods – and UX is no different. With such a wide range of definitions and terminologies, it can be hard to distinguish one term from the next. To help you out, here is a list of the most common terms used in UX design and their definitions. From AB testing to wireframes, you’ll find all the terminology you need to talk about UX like an expert.
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