•Why invest in business intelligence?

      Make better decisions and realize the impact of those decisions.
      To rea...
As you listen & watch
today, collect ideas
for our ‘Assisted
Evaluation’ offering –
details provided later
in the presenta...
Safety
  In a hospital setting…

…what if you could
  avoid a single serious
  safety event?
Quality
   In a manufacturing
   setting…

…what if you could
  reduce returns by
  10%?
People
  In a sales setting…

…what if you could
  extend the reach
  of your sales team
  to consistently
  meet quota?
Valuation of the solution does not start
 with the ‘financials’…
                                    What decisions are ma...
New Direction,
                                                                     No Buildup; No
                       ...
Frequency and Impact of Decisions
                      Tactical           Operational                              Strate...
Misalignment of Decision Making
Organizational Alignment




                                     BI Implementation
Culture of Performance


   Power to Compete



  Execute on Strategy


    Plan for Success


       Move Beyond
        ...
What makes a good Key Performance Indicator?
What makes a good target?
What is normal?
What if you could ‘shift’ normal?

...
22.67%
 New Product Revenue Mix




   Repeat Customer %
                              14.62%



                         ...
Identify a business sponsor - If solely IT
driven you get little alignment, little
adoption
Identify a business problem - ...
Contact us about a
BI Assisted Evaluation
  3 to 5 days
  Understand how to transform your data into timely,
  accessible ...
Contact us about a
SA Benefits
  SDPS – SharePoint Deployment Planning Services
  BVPS – Business Value Planning Services
Contact us about a
Special Training Offerings
  Redeem 25 days of SA vouchers, receive 5 free training days

  Or… $300 of...
Dean Furness – dfurness@quilogy.com
Resources:
   “Mastering the Management System,” Harvard Business Review,
   January 2...
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  1. 1. •Why invest in business intelligence? Make better decisions and realize the impact of those decisions. To react to business faster and more directly To gain insight into processes To collaborate and work as a team to push change or support current culture. To measure and visualize meaningful changes and results •Other thoughts?
  2. 2. As you listen & watch today, collect ideas for our ‘Assisted Evaluation’ offering – details provided later in the presentation
  3. 3. Safety In a hospital setting… …what if you could avoid a single serious safety event?
  4. 4. Quality In a manufacturing setting… …what if you could reduce returns by 10%?
  5. 5. People In a sales setting… …what if you could extend the reach of your sales team to consistently meet quota?
  6. 6. Valuation of the solution does not start with the ‘financials’… What decisions are made to Operational impact operational, sales, or people performance? Performance People Sales Performance Performance Financial Performance
  7. 7. New Direction, No Buildup; No Program, Leader, Accumulated Event, Fad, or Momentum Acquisition Reaction without Disappointing Understanding Results “The Doom Loop” Jim Collins, Good to Great (New York: Harper Collins, 2001), 179.
  8. 8. Frequency and Impact of Decisions Tactical Operational Strategic Number of Decisions Strategic Impact Bruno Aziza and Joey Fitts, Drive Business Performance (John Wiley & Sons, 2008), 28.
  9. 9. Misalignment of Decision Making Organizational Alignment BI Implementation
  10. 10. Culture of Performance Power to Compete Execute on Strategy Plan for Success Move Beyond Gut Feel Increase Visibility Bruno Aziza and Joey Fitts, Drive Business Performance (John Wiley & Sons, 2008), 10.
  11. 11. What makes a good Key Performance Indicator? What makes a good target? What is normal? What if you could ‘shift’ normal? http://www.ifa.com/images/12steps/step8/f8-1.jpg
  12. 12. 22.67% New Product Revenue Mix Repeat Customer % 14.62% 5.4 Complaints/1000 Orders $3.76M On Hand Inventory $ 15.7 Leadership Training Hrs/Qtr
  13. 13. Identify a business sponsor - If solely IT driven you get little alignment, little adoption Identify a business problem - Think vertically through the organization Build a map – business to technology Focus on ‘rhythm of the business’ to drive adoption
  14. 14. Contact us about a BI Assisted Evaluation 3 to 5 days Understand how to transform your data into timely, accessible information! See how your data can ‘work’ in the Microsoft BI environment. Limited time only - $2500 (1/2 price)! Contact your Quilogy account contact for details…
  15. 15. Contact us about a SA Benefits SDPS – SharePoint Deployment Planning Services BVPS – Business Value Planning Services
  16. 16. Contact us about a Special Training Offerings Redeem 25 days of SA vouchers, receive 5 free training days Or… $300 off standard course offerings, such as SQL Server 2005/2008 Analysis Services Reporting Services Integration Services Updating Skills from 2005 to 2008 BI Bootcamp SharePoint / PerformancePoint / ProClarity Contact Denise at dnickles@quilogy.com or 866-QUILOGY x2132
  17. 17. Dean Furness – dfurness@quilogy.com Resources: “Mastering the Management System,” Harvard Business Review, January 2008. Jim Collins, Good to Great (New York: Harper Collins, 2001). Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton, The Balanced Scorecard (Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1996). Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton, The Strategy Focus Organization (Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing Company, 2001). Wayne W. Eckerson, Performance Dashboards (Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2006) Stephen Few, Information Dashboard Design (Sebastopol, California: O’Reilly Media, 2006) Bruno Aziza and Joey Fitts, Drive Business Performance (Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2008)

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