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BI Architecture

Business intelligence software needs the right architecture.

A unified performance management strategy links reporting, scorecards, analysis, planning, budgeting, forecasting, and consolidation into a single unified architecture.

Business Intelligence Architecture

Taking a unified approach to Business Intelligence (BI) software leverages your investment in data and systems, providing easy-to-use information that improves decision-making.

BI software must match roles, skill sets, and needs of the business, such as: regular reports, ad hoc queries, scorecards, dashboards, and web access.

A solid, enabling information architecture must be designed for constantly evolving and growing enterprise demands. Systems built around legacy solutions have less longevity than systems built on a modern, purpose-built architecture.

A single information-delivery architecture supports a range of BI capabilities.

Common characteristics and values of enterprise-scale BI architecture include:

  • Modern Architecture for Long Term Enterprise Value
  • Single Open API for Integration and Extensibility
  • Leverage Existing Assets for Simplification and ROI
  • Broad Access to Enterprise Data
  • A Common Business View
  • Interoperability of BI Capabilities
  • Easy to Deploy
  • Scalability and Reliability
  • Meets the Information Needs of All Users


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