Boost Enterprise Performance with Collaborative Business Intelligence

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A presentation from SAP's 2012 SAPPHIRE NOW conference in Orlando, FL. Includes statistics and studies on collaborative business intelligence, its adoption, and its benefits.

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Boost Enterprise Performance with Collaborative Business Intelligence

  1. 1. Boost Enterprise Performancewith Collaborative Business Intelligence
  2. 2. The complexity of a typical business process
  3. 3. Main reasons for implementing collaborative BI Enable team and group decision making 61% Connect business intelligence to business processes and operations 57% Create a better and faster decision-making experience 57%Improve user interaction, information sharing and information consumability 52%Improve communication with external users such as partners and customers 44% Requirement to track, record and archive decisions made using BI results 42% Connect BI results to other types of information 37% Enable users to provide feedback and add knowledge to BI results 35% Exploit the power of social computing technologies 21% Other (Please specify) 1%
  4. 4. User adoption: Results from one real customer assessment54% of users not actively using the reporting system 4000 3500 3000 1833 2500 2000 1500 1000 1905 1831 1734 500 0 2 97 Never Logged In No Activity 180 Days No Activity 90 Days Inactive Active
  5. 5. Possible causes of low user adoptionTop ways that people currently share reports e-Mail attachment (e.g., Adobe PDF, MS Excel spreadsheet) 26% Conferencing or webcasting 16% Face to face conversation 16% Telephone 11% BI tool collaboration capabilities 10% Information portal collaboration tools 7% Personal presentation (e.g., using MS Excel or PowerPoint)? 7% Social networking tools 5% Other (Please specify) 0%
  6. 6. What’s inhibiting collaborative BI? Lack of understanding of the benefits of collaborative BI 42% Lack of budget 41% Security concerns 38%Integration between collaborative technologies and BI collaborative features 36% Immaturity/availability of enterprise collaborative technologies 29% Availability of collaborative features in your BI suite 21% No requirements 15% Other (Please specify) 1%
  7. 7. Next steps for adding collaboration to BIDirect Relief International
  8. 8. Takeaways for success
  9. 9. Thank youContact information:Shawn RogersVice President of ResearchEnterprise Management Associates, Inc.srogers@enterprisemanagement.com
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