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The state of Business Intelligence in the Australian mid-market.

The state of Business Intelligence in the Australian mid-market.

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  • 18/02/10 Copyright 2006 Longhaus Pty Ltd - All Rights Reserved
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    • 1. The State of Business Intelligence in the Australian mid-market Peter Carr Managing Director February, 2010
    • 2. Success is contingent on a number of key factors within an overall information strategy Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution The four pillars of analytical competition HBS 2007
    • 3. And Australian organisations are making a good start through senior management buy-in Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution
    • 4. For local companies the applications and drivers are significant with big business policy bleeding into mid-market
      • Big business drivers are either policy or competition driven:
        • AML and Fraud
        • Distinctive capability
        • Supply Chain Optimisation
        • Merger and Acquisition Activity
        • Inventory Optimisation
        • People retention
      • Mid-market business drivers are information resource driven
        • Data quality in customer records
        • Multiple systems and lack of resources
        • Master-data management or multiple versions of the truth
        • Conventional wisdom and leader-pleasing
      Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution
    • 5. Effective Information Management to support an analytical oragnisation requires the right solution Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution Source: Longhaus
    • 6. What started with statistics became dominated with office productivity tools ...until now Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution 29-44% 39-38% 22-47% Source: Longhaus Front Office Front End Info Worker Back Office Back End Programmer
    • 7. So what have we achieved after 40 years of effort? Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution
    • 8. Research suggests that approaches relating to predictive analytics are the least adopted Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution
    • 9. And as such the supply market is a busy one with specialists rising to meet demand for true BI strategies Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution
    • 10. How do you move ahead? “In God We Trust, All Others Bring Data”
      • Gut feel management
        • Why is my company using BI?
      • Upward management
        • What are the current data quality issues inside my organisation?
      • Spreadsheet management
        • Do the systems we utilise actually support BI?
      • Supplier management
        • Can I get it all in one place?
        • How can I rationalise?
      Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution
    • 11. Thank you
      • Peter Carr
      • Managing Director
      • [email_address]
      • +61 408 344 405
      Longhaus Head Office Level 30, AMP Place 10 Eagle Street Brisbane QLD 4000 Longhaus Research Centre 1/46 Campbell Street Bowen Hills QLD 4006 p: +61 7 3868 4796 f: +61 7 3852 2463 [email_address] Commercial-in-Confidence - Not for Distribution