The term Business Intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. My opinion – and not stated sheepishly – is that all obstacles that stand in the way of business insights and users need to be minimized. My current interests are in End-to-End Business Intelligence delivery, Data Warehousing, Advanced Analytics, Enterprise reporting and Big Data in general.
A Datamart is a departmental database, especially in storing the data that is specific to the business area. For instance a business who manufactures environmental products for the government recently implemented a BI system. Panorama is a trusted visionary and thought leader in the business intelligence software space.
This has resulted in the situation being almost reversed; the technology can deliver more that most users need when they start out with a business intelligence project. As this progresses, it will allow businesses to use intelligence without dedicating internal resources to manage infrastructure and perform software upgrades.
Business users can easily create storyboards or narratives and have meaningful conversations about results. No intelligence emerges full bloom, but rather is nurtured and developed over the years. BI will go on refining and enlarging its borders as the business and people needs keep growing.
Sistem business intelligence mendukung 2 tipe dasar dalam fungsi analitikal: pelaporan dan online analytical processing (OLAP). They were complex, the tools were expensive and unwieldy, and the implementation took a long time and sometimes cost more than the tools.