Turning TMI into ROI requires an airtight BI strategy to quantify, analyze and exploit data.
Too much information is a common struggle in modern life, both personally and professionally. Trying to get a handle on all this information and knowing what to do with it is one of the biggest challenges facing executives today. For instance, Gartner predicts that enterprise data will grow 650 percent in the next five years, while IDC argues that world’s information now doubles every year and a half.
Why CPOs are needing BI now more than ever before
Reasons for past failures of BI solutions
How BI provides collaboration and flexibility at the same time
Procurement’s challenge with BI today
Leverage business intelligence to accelerate procurement performance.
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