Implementing analytics is a daunting task for companies of any size . As many people and organizations have learnt it the hard way, there are several factors that can quickly complicate efforts and throw even the best-laid plans off track. Inadequate solutions, issues with disparate data, extensive custom coding and lack of skilled resources.These are just a few of the many hurdles that can lead to Implementation delays, cost overruns, and even complete project failures.
Struggling to get Timely and Actionable Insights from your Data? Don’t have Real-Time, Self-Service Analytics? Blame it on the manual reporting processes that eat away
Double down on your data and analytics during these turbulent times. Your ERP data is a goldmine of information that can help to steer
Discover why manufacturers value data more highly than any other tangible asset by reading our more recent piece of coverage in IT Supply Chain.
Read our latest coverage in IT Supply Chain which looks at how companies can make the most out of their ERP by using business analytics
Business data drawn from ERP/MPR systems is considered to be the most valuable asset a business owns. Surveying over 100 senior managers in mid-sized manufacturing firms, we were was also able to put a figure on the value of this data.
Our very own Mike Beason has written an article for Speciality Chemicals magazine on how to select the best business intelligence and analytics system to support your business.
Read about how data is set to increase profitability across the manufacturing sector in our latest coverage in IT Supply Chain magazine
More than one in five managers in the manufacturing sector believe that predictive data would increase the overall profitability of the business during 2020, according to our recent survey. Predictive data is likely to have a significant impact on increased revenues, with a quarter of those responding believing that it will add to the bottom line during the coming year.
You want the best BI an analytics solution for your organization. But with so many solutions in the market and each claiming to be the best, it’s all too easy to feel lost or overwhelmed. Here are some simple questions you should consider asking your vendor to narrow down your options and ensure that you get it right.
Just about every business today is grappling with that one big question: How do we enable decision
makers with deeper and faster insights for better decision-making. We believe that the answer lies in
automation and here’s how you can get it to work for you.
In the market for a new Analytics solution? Don’t be swayed by low per-user licensing costs. These are
just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the true cost of your solution.
Choosing the right analytics solution for your ERP system boils down to more than visualization
capabilities on offer. There are a host of other important criteria that can make or break your ability to
leverage your data’s full potential.