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The BI Marriage: Accuracy with Strategy

Posted on October 17, 2007 by Kevin G.

I was reading a great article today about setting up a solid BI system for mid-to-large sized companies. 

Garry Garis, author of the article notes, “You do not get a second chance to be wrong and these companies know that their credibility is vital to sustaining customer relationships and ultimately, profitability.”The foundations of a BI system must be solid if anything is able to be built upon it.  The accuracy of information is key. 

Being able to effectively leverage information to make better business decisions is a powerful strategy if done correctly.  Knowing where you get your information, how it is processed and to who it should go to is only half of the battle.  Garis offers some key points on how to ensure you have a solid strategy with your accurate information.

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I am familiar with these strategies and find them very useful.

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