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Business Intelligence

In the age of digitalisation, Business Intelligence (BI) is an indispensable instrument for managing your business. Only through the systematic generation, analysis and use of business-relevant data can a company remain competitive. Data is the key to gaining knowledge for operational and strategic decision-making.

Business Intelligence

The digital transformation causes growing data volumes and places new demands on analytical BI systems in companies. Historically, data silos have often formed independently of each other at different points in companies. Different reporting tools are used and data sources are not uniformly integrated. This leads to redundancies in data, to poor information supply and performance and to high costs, for example for maintenance and servicing.


The professional requirements in the business intelligence market are continuously increasing. The highly dynamic markets demand quick reactions and a high degree of flexibility. The continuing increase in the online affinity of customers leads to challenges in the area of customer loyalty instruments. Successful BI system consolidation and a precise procedure model provide a remedy.

Due to the increased requirements and expectations of users in the specialised divisions and the ever-growing amount of information, many BI environments are currently being consolidated and expanded.

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Business Intelligence

In order to sustainably anchor BI in the organisation, a BI strategy is necessary that is oriented towards the company's goals and contributes to their achievement. The implementation of BI must also be considered in the organisational structure and in the processes.

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