Beyond BI:

The cost of not properly adopting BI and addressing BI's weaknesses

How to Apply Automated Workflows to Capture Millions in Wasted Spend

Business intelligence and analytics tools have become essential for organizations to gather, analyze, and understand data to make informed decisions. However, despite their broad utility, BI projects often fail during implementation or adoption.

In this whitepaper, we discuss how modern data lakes and data-driven workflows are addressing BI’s weaknesses and turning insights into action. We’ll also touch on the latest emerging technology, data-driven workflows, which promise to be the missing piece in the BI puzzle.

Download the whitepaper to discover:

  • The current state of the BI market, with forecasts for its future growth
  • The common points of failure for BI projects during implementation and adoption
  • The role of data quality and data availability in successful BI implementation

Learn more about how modern technologies are transforming BI and helping organizations make better decisions based on data.

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3 Steps To Unlocking BI’s Potential

1. Data preparation

2. Automated Decisions

3. Data-Driven Actions

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Proactively Manage Customer Order Issues

Gather immediate data on every customer delivery at every stage. Use photographs to document the state of orders and respond proactively if a shipment was damaged or units delayed, even before the customer can send a complaint.

Clear Accountability Across the Organization

Stop inefficiencies and loss of productivity when multiple parties like customer service, logistics, supply chain and sales, all try to work on the same problem. With all customer order issues in one place, it’s clear who is on point to drive speedy resolution.

Reduce Stockouts and Penalties

Instead of wasting time trying to track down where a shipment went wrong weeks later by relying on people’s memories-- all involved parties, from production to delivery, work together seamlessly to meet customer needs and eliminate unexpected penalties.