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📒Internet Business Intelligence ✍ David Vine
✏Internet Business Intelligence Book Summary : Business Intelligence-the acquisition, management, and utilization of information-is crucial in the global marketplace of the 21st-century. This savvy handbook explains how even the smallest firm can use inexpensive Web resources to create an Internet Business Intelligence System (IBIS) that rivals the multimillion-dollar systems of Fortune 500 companies. IBIS tracks competitors, explore markets, and evaluates opportunities and risks. It can also be used to launch a business, find customers, test new products, and increase sales.
📒Internet Enabled Business Intelligence ✍ William A. Giovinazzo
✏Internet enabled Business Intelligence Book Summary : William Giovinazzo gives experienced database professionals practical guidance for every aspect of planning and deploying Web-based data warehouses -- and leveraging them for competitive advantage. Unlike previous books, The Web-Enabled Data Warehouse covers all the enabling technologies and analysis approaches you need to know about -- from XML to CRM, Java to customer profiling. Giovinazzo begins by introducing the compelling advantages of integrating business intelligence and data warehouses with Web technology. He reviews the business and technical contexts in which the Web-enabled data warehouse will operate; shows how to build and optimize data warehouse infrastructure, and presents in-depth coverage of key enabling technologies -- including Java, XML and XSL, LDAP directories, and WAP wireless development environments. In the book's final section, Giovinazzo introduces and explains powerful new analysis techniques that can dramatically improve your understanding of customers -- and shows how to integrate data warehouses with CRM and other enterprise systems so you can act on your knowledge far more quickly and efficiently. For every experienced database professional seeking to understand or deploy Web-based data warehouses.
📒The Internet Age Of Competitive Intelligence ✍ John J. McGonagle
✏The Internet Age of Competitive Intelligence Book Summary : The changes that have occurred in the field of Competitive Intelligence (CI) over the past decade and what they mean for organizations and the people who manage the CI function.
📒Financial Business Intelligence ✍ Nils H. Rasmussen
✏Financial Business Intelligence Book Summary : Turn storehouses of data into a strategic tool Business intelligence has recently become a word used by almostevery CFO, controller, and analyst. After having spent the lastdecade implementing Enterprise Resource Planning software and othermission critical solutions, companies now have large databases withtransactional data sitting in their computer rooms. Now, finally,the technology has reached a point where it is possible- in almostreal time-to quickly and easily analyze the financial data in thecorporate databases, to be able to make more intelligent businessdecisions. This book will help financial managers understand thetrends, technology, software selection, and implementation offinancial business intelligence (financial BI) software. With adictionary of business intelligence terms, a comprehensive list ofRequest for Proposal questions, and examples of popular financialbusiness intelligence reroutes and user interfaces, this bookenables managers to measure their companies' business intelligenceand maximize its value.
✏Author : Plunkett Research Ltd
✏Publisher : Plunkett Research, Ltd.
✏Release Date : 2008-03
✏Pages : 611
✏ISBN : 9781593921057
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Plunkett s E Commerce Internet Business Almanac 2008 E Commerce Internet Business Industry Market Research Statistics Trends Leading Companie Book Summary : This new almanac will be your ready-reference guide to the E-Commerce & Internet Business worldwide! In one carefully-researched volume, you'll get all of the data you need on E-Commerce & Internet Industries, including: complete E-Commerce statistics and trends; Internet research and development; Internet growth companies; online services and markets; bricks & clicks and other online retailing strategies; emerging e-commerce technologies; Internet and World Wide Web usage trends; PLUS, in-depth profiles of over 400 E-Commerce & Internet companies: our own unique list of companies that are the leaders in this field. Here you'll find complete profiles of the hot companies that are making news today, the largest, most successful corporations in all facets of the E-Commerce Business, from online retailers, to manufacturers of software and equipment for Internet communications, to Internet services providers and much more. Our corporate profiles include executive contacts, growth plans, financial records, address, phone, fax, and much more. This innovative book offers unique information, all indexed and cross-indexed. Our industry analysis section covers business to consumer, business to business, online financial services, and technologies as well as Internet access and usage trends. The book includes numerous statistical tables covering such topics as e-commerce revenues, access trends, global Internet users, etc. Purchasers of either the book or PDF version can receive a free copy of the company profiles database on CD-ROM, enabling key word search and export of key information, addresses, phone numbers and executive names with titles for every company profiled.
📒Business Intelligence ✍ Jörg Greitemeyer
✏Business Intelligence Book Summary : Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The worldwide process of globalization makes it necessary for a firm to collect in-formation about its external environment (competitors, stakeholders, products, markets, etc.) and to relate it with the internal information of the firm. In 1985 Porter and Millar (1985) described an information revolution that affects competition in different ways. Collecting internal and external data is the necessary first step to guarantee a valid information base for strategic decisions and successful actions. The evaluation of these data for decision-making processes and the ability to see important relations and structures in the data can be supported by new IT-applications, called Business Intelligence (henceforth BI). This thesis examines the latest developments of information technologies from the Resource-based perspective of Strategic Management. The general question that motivates this thesis and needs to be answered is: Can the use of Business Intelligence Applications lead to a sustainable competitive advantage? One a more concrete level it asks, if Business Intelligence solutions can be resources that lead directly to a long-lasting competitive advantage or at least to a temporary advantage. Answering those questions pursues the aim of making a step towards the operationalization of the Resource-based View (RBV) and the more specialized Dynamic Capability View (DCV). The subject of the analysis is a specific Business Intelligence software solution, which has been chosen because it is representative of all BI applications. It is offered worldwide on the markets for analytical applications in Europe, Asia and America and based on the common data warehouse technology. This thesis is supposed to provide the base for possible further empirical work regarding this topic. The empirical work of this thesis is done in the mode of a case study concentrating on a set of information technology products. The examination of a specific application that is offered on the market Business Intelligence on an analysis based on the Resource-based view enables the proving of statements about BI with the help of concrete examples. The case study is based to substantial parts on information derived from personal interviews with Siemens Business Services, Germany and information available in the Internet. The first part of this thesis (section 2) gives an introduction and categorization of Business Intelligence. Using the example of the [...]
📒Business Intelligence In Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 ✍ Norm Warren
✏Business Intelligence in Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Book Summary : Dive into the business intelligence features in SharePoint 2013—and use the right combination of tools to deliver compelling solutions. Take control of business intelligence (BI) with the tools offered by SharePoint 2013 and Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Led by a group of BI and SharePoint experts, you’ll get step-by-step instructions for understanding how to use these technologies best in specific BI scenarios—whether you’re a SharePoint administrator, SQL Server developer, or business analyst. Discover how to: Manage the entire BI lifecycle, from determining key performance indicators to building dashboards Use web-based Microsoft Excel services and publish workbooks on a SharePoint Server Mash up data from multiple sources and create Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) using PowerPivot Create data-driven diagrams that provide interactive processes and context with Microsoft Visio Services Use dashboards, scorecards, reports, and key performance indicators to monitor and analyze your business Use SharePoint to view BI reports side by side, no matter which tools were used to produced them
📒On The Move To Meaningful Internet Systems Otm 2008 ✍ Zahir Tari
✏On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems OTM 2008 Book Summary : the second covering the issues of security in complex Internet-based information systems. Eachof these ?ve conferencesencouragesresearchersto treattheir respective topics within a framework that incorporates jointly (a) theory, (b) conceptual design and development, and (c) applications, in particular case studies and industrial solutions. Following and expanding the model created in 2003, we again solicited and selected quality workshop proposals to complement the more “archival” nature of the main conferences with research results in a number of selected and more “avant-garde”areasrelatedtothegeneraltopicofdistributedcomputing. For- stance, the so-called Semantic Web has given rise to severalnovel research areas combining linguistics, informationsystems technology,andarti?cialintelligence, such as the modeling of (legal) regulatory systems and the ubiquitous nature of theirusage. WeweregladtoseethatinspiteofOnTheMoveswitchingsidesofthe Atlantic, seven of our earlier successful workshops (notably AweSOMe, SWWS, ORM,OnToContent,MONET,PerSys,RDDS) re-appearedin2008withathird or even fourth edition, sometimes by alliance with other newly emerging wo- shops, and that no fewer than seven brand-newindependent workshopscould be selected from proposals and hosted: ADI, COMBEK, DiSCo, IWSSA, QSI and SEMELS. Workshop audiences productively mingled with each other and with those of the main conferences, and there was considerable overlap in authors. The OTM organizers are especially grateful for the leadership, diplomacy and competence of Dr. Pilar Herrero in managing this complex and delicate process for the ?fth consecutive year.
📒Effective Business Intelligence Systems ✍ Robert J. Thierauf
✏Effective Business Intelligence Systems Book Summary : Explains how to appreciate and use one of the latest MIS technologies to acquire a better understanding of a company's total operations toward the goal of achieving a higher level of competitive advantage.
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