6 Benefits of Embedded Business Intelligence (BI) for the Healthcare Industry
Embedded business intelligence reduces healthcare costs, improves individual care, allows more informed financial understanding of treatments, more detailed explanations of treatment side effects and risks, and more outcome-based revenues. Here, we'll dive into the 6 benefits embedded BI offers the healthcare industry.
Business Intelligence Dashboards for Manufacturing: Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) measures the productivity of a manufacturing organization. Here, we'll create an OEE dashboard to identify the percentage of productive manufacturing time for an organization operating in multiple shifts.
A Guide to Embedded Business Intelligence
A Guide to Ad Hoc Reporting (Tips and Best Practices)
Ad hoc reporting is a business intelligence process where non-technical end-users can generate BI reports without the need from IT. Ad hoc reporting is a component of BI that helps users make data-driven decisions more accurately. Here's a complete guide to ad hoc reporting, best practices, and industry use cases.
Why Your Organization Needs a Self-Service BI Tool
Self-service business intelligence is a BI feature that provides data analytics insights to every employee—even if they don't have a background in BI. The user-friendly UI/UX of self-service BI allows the everyday user to become data-driven. Learn more about elf-service business intelligence and how self-service BI tools can benefit your enterprise.
How Embedded BI is Changing Advanced Analytics Post-Pandemic
The seismic shifts we’ve experienced since the start of COVID-19 have fundamentally changed how we use business intelligence, ushering in the era of self-service analytics. Here, we’ll discuss how embedded BI is changing advanced analytics post-pandemic.
The Role of Business Intelligence in the Supply Chain
Business intelligence enhances supply chain management by making real-time data analytics accessible. Self-service BI takes this a step further by allowing users to run their own queries and create their own reports, even if they don’t have a background in statistical analysis. Here, we'll discuss how BI can provide real-time insights into supply chain emerging risks, inefficiencies, and anomalies, allowing organizations to quickly isolate and resolve potential problems.
Essentials of BI Dashboarding (Business Intelligence Dashboard Best Practices & Examples)