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Published by: Joy Tadiamon Mayo on Aug 05, 2013
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 Business Intelligence…examples
A hotel franchise
uses BI analytical applications to compile statistics on averageoccupancy and average room rate to determine revenue generated per room. It alsogathers statistics on market share and data from customer surveys from each hotel todetermine its competitive position in various markets. Such trends can be analyzedyear by year, month by month and day by day, giving the corporation a picture of howeach individual hotel is faring.
A bank 
bridges a legacy database with departmental databases, giving branchmanagers and other users access to BI applications to determine who the most profitable customers are or which customers they should try to cross-sell new productsto. The use of these tools frees information technology staff from the task of generatinganalytical reports for the departments and it gives department personnel autonomousaccess to a richer data source.
A telecommunications company
maintains a multiterabyte decision-support datawarehouse and uses business intelligence tools and utilities to let users access the datathey need without giving them carte blanche to access hundreds of thousands of mission-critical records. The tools set boundaries around the data that users can access,creating data "cubes" that contain only the information that's relevant to a particular user or group of users.
BI Industry Scenario…
Today's exciting BI market is ripe with opportunities to hit your strategic business targets.
Gaining market share, keeping customers and controlling costs remain keyobjectives. Mid-market executives and big corporate department heads rushto cost effectively meet these complex needs. How? Through improved use of their existing database systems.
CFOs require 'business intelligence' systems that display accurateSKUor  customer-level P&Ls, permitting reliable channel and store comparisons over time. Improved forecasts are vital, too!
Data warehousing and analytical skills are combined with an understandingof industry issues, as we refine and implement your vision.
According to Gartner survey of 1,400CIOs, business intelligence was rankedthe top technology priority surpassing security.
The BI and analytics market is currently valued at $8.5 Billion and isexpected to grow to $13 Billion over the next five years

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