The use of Business Intelligence and smart data analytics has become a common practice. Financial organizations use Business Intelligence tools to create competitive advantages by driving profits and reducing risks. The financial world is in constant change and managers need alerts and notifications when data changes in their transaction systems. They need to be able to access data and keep track of any anomalies that may occur. All managers and users need to see the same version of the truth. Off course, each user will only see what he is allowed to see according to previously set data access credentials.
“Business Intelligence is a fundamental element of our competitive advantage. By providing our team with the necessary data, our strategy and planning processes are now more ‘intelligent’ than ever. With excellent visibility of our sales and product performance, we are now better placed to offer enhanced services to our customers and yet improve our financials.” John Jaccarini, Director, Prohealth.
Prohealth is a leading distributor in the health care industry, responsible for the marketing, sales and distribution of various major brands including La Roche Posay, Vichy from L’Oréal (France), Ursapharm (Germany), Galderma (Switzerland), Italchimici (Italy), PIAM Pharmaceutici (Italy), GAMA Healthcare (UK), ROWA (Ireland), Salus Haus (Germany), Laboratorios Kin (Spain), Le Maître (USA), Medel (Austria) and others. Continue reading
There is a myth in Business Intelligence. The perception when we speak about Centralized BI is that IT will be a bottleneck in the process. Perhaps we can do a small recap of BI history to understand the reasoning behind this myth.
Following our annual tradition, we present to you Panorama’s top Business Intelligence Trends and Predictions for 2017. Tomer Paz, our Product Manager and BI Expert, put together the top 10 predictions that businesses should be aware of. You can see them in this clear infographic that will guide you through each one of the major trends that will take place this year.
Self-service BI is a hot topic as the year is coming to an end. It is a major trend that will continue in 2017. Some CIOs think it is a scary scenario, while other CIOs fully embrace it. Why do we see such duality? It can be attributed to two main models in Business Intelligence: federated and centralized.
This year’s Intel Capital Global Summit was a great success. Inspirational industry thought leaders gathered together to talk about their businesses, future technologies, and innovation. Eynav Azarya, CEO of Panorama Software, said it was a pleasure to be there. He mainly talked about data insights.