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A fable that was told in India many years ago. It is a good warning about how our sensory perceptions can lead to misinterpretations.

A fable that was told in India many years ago. It is a good warning about how our sensory perceptions can lead to misinterpretations.

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  • 1.
    • MAIA Intelligence
    • Welcomes you to
    • Seminar on Business Intelligence
    • Organised by CSI, Coimbatore Chapter
    • December 21, 2007
  • 2. Get One Single View 3 Blind Analyst & a Data warehouse
  • 3. Gartner: Business Intelligence is #1 priority for CIOs
  • 4. Today’s Business Pressures
    • Rapidly Changing Conditions
    • How can I accelerate my planning and decision cycles?
    • How do I monitor conditions and take early corrective action?
    • Accountability, Transparency
    • How do I comply with corporate governance requirements?
    • How can I ensure accurate, timely reporting?
    • Ineffective Decision Support
    • How do I filter extraneous data and focus on relevant information?
    • How can I access and rationalize disparate, fragmented data?
    • Efficiency & Cost Control
    • How can I sustain / improve profitability?
    • How do I keep information current?
    Marketing Purchasing Service Sales Project Mgmt Human Resources Manufacturing Finance Plan & Model Execute Report & Analyze
  • 5. What Business Users want…
    • Runtime options when they get Business data
    • Accurate, Real-time information
    • Interactively touch & visualise information
    • Amend reports immediately
    • Data sanctity across team members
    • Anytime, anywhere access to information
    • Easily share information with others
  • 6. 1KEY Differentiators… Operational BI with 1KEY Traditional BI Dynamic & Active collaboration Static Consumption of reports Innovative, less complex, alternatives for data analysis & ad hoc reporting OLAP for analysis Intuitive, dynamic & interactive data visualisation Charting with static bar & pie charts BI for everyone BI for the Elite few – specialised users Cost-effective solution High-cost, luxury function of an organisation Business users build their own reports Pushing & presenting static reports to business users
  • 7. 1KEY Differentiators… Operational BI with 1KEY Traditional BI Simple & easy Installation, deployment, upgrade & use Complex, time-consuming installation, deployment, upgrade & use Complete BI Suite on single platform Separately packaged components Per server – unlimited usage licensing policy Per user licensing policy Real-time reporting for operational decision making After-the-fact analysis due to data latency Broader set of data types supported - unstructured data, XML files, Excel files, RDBMS, DBMS etc. Structured data Dynamic or free-style searches & data exploration Pre-defined search parameters
  • 8. Today’s Reporting facts…
    • Limited standard reports in applications like ERP, CRM, SCM etc – Time consuming scripting for additional reports
    • Availability of only Static reports – No analysis possible
    • For analysis & intelligence, export to Excel – Chances of data corruption and data manipulation
    • Multiple Data sources – Single view not possible
    • Tactical & Strategic Business Intelligence for top management – After-the-fact reports and analysis
    • Adhoc and enhancement requests from business users – Productivity loss of IT resources
    Solution : Operational Business Intelligence & Reporting
  • 9.  
  • 10. enables Operational Business Intelligence
  • 11.  
  • 12. Reporting Compliance with 1KEY
  • 13. Increasing Value Generational Step Transactional Reporting Slice/Dice Ad-hoc Query, BI Tools Performance Management (KPI, Guided Analytic) Fact-Based Actions (OLAP, Statistics) Intelligent Interactions (Data Mining) How are my export and domestic sales doing Can I understand my gross margin return on space? How is the business doing compared to last year? Compared to plan? Are there any potential out-of-stock situations region warehouse wise? Reporting Analysis Forecasting Predictive
  • 14. 1KEY Operational BI Reporting tool - Value Proposition
    • Single Reporting Platform
    • High performance and scalability
    • High control with multiple levels of rights & securities
    • Flexible report formatting tool for business users
    • Ease of Query building for IT users
    • Visually stunning reports (View, Cube & Chart reports)
    • Local data analysis
    • Simple architecture
    • Mass Reporting
    • Affordable
  • 15. About MAIA Intelligence
    • Indian champion in the Business Intelligence Software space
    • Technology driven Product development since 2003
    • Focus on ‘Operational Business Intelligence’
    • Mission: ‘To enhance customers investments in Application Software’
    • Regional Partner Network across India
    • Dedicated Product Development, Delivery & Support team to enable customer satisfaction and referenceability
    • Customers like Pidilite, Asit C. Mehta, Lok Housing, Kodak, Thyocare…since August 2006
  • 16.
    • Thank You!
    • Vikram Kole
    • Head – Marketing
    • [email_address]
  • 17. CIO role in BI Decision Cycle LEAD ANTICIPATE MEASURE DELIVER ORGANISE STRATEGISE
  • 18. "If We Build It, They Will Come”…
    • Flaw indicators
    • Low usage of implemented BI
    • No internal Business sponsor / owner for BI
    • Pro-active measures
    • Business User involvement from DAY 1
    • Parameterize BI relevance, accuracy, consistency
    • Plan BI support for business strategy evolution
    • Engage in internal marketing of BI initiatives
  • 19. Managers need to manipulate numbers…
    • Flaw Indicators
    • Panic when number based reviews are due
    • Poorly defined or complex business metrics
    • Weak data accountability
    • Pro-active Measures
    • Building BI framework using factual business cases
    • Propagate enterprise risks because of individual spreadsheet usage
    • Managing ‘hidden’ agendas of the dark horses
  • 20. No Data Quality Problem…
    • Flaw Indicators
    • Solve the data quality problem with a tool
    • Eg: Marketing campaign failed to launch
    • Non-usage of BI because of data sanctity doubts
    • Pro-active Measures
    • Make Business Users understand ‘GIGO’
    • Design processes and controls for data refinement
    • Implement processes for data audition & verification
  • 21. Our Business Application vendor will deliver the Best solution…
    • Flaw Indicators
    • Heavy investments in OLTP applications, so why invest further in BI applications?
    • “ Use the OLTP vendors data analysis tools as the licenses are ‘free’”
    • Pro-active Measures
    • Differentiate OLTP from OLAP with a Business Case
    • Propagate a BI strategy which can leverage the existing IT investments
  • 22. Darwin was wrong: There's no need for BI to evolve…
    • Flaw indicators
    • No single BI tool across departments
    • Working on “Solution simplicity, Problem Complexity” principle
    • Running multiple stand-alone small projects without identifying futuristic business value
    • Pro-active Measures
    • Define an Enterprise-wide BI Strategy (OTS Strategy)
    • Continuous review during and after implementation
  • 23. We can outsource…
    • Flaw Indicators
    • BI is only report generation and can be outsourced
    • Emphasis given to optimizing BI project costs without correlating Business Value Proposition
    • Existing service vendors saying “They can do it all…”
    • Pro-Active Measures
    • Identify the core elements which cannot be outsourced
    • Define a futuristic outsourcing strategy with an eye on Business Strategy evolution
  • 24. "Just Give Me a Dashboard"
    • Flaw Indicators
    • Business Users expecting a magic box to get short and simple data summarizations
    • Creating departmental goals which do not explode from the Enterprise goals
    • Insufficient thought & time spent in defining measurable parameters
    • Pro-Active Measures
    • Have a comprehensive Data Aggregation strategy in place
    • Peg Operation data with Business Performance Parameters
  • 25. New Perspective to BI
  • 26. Three Components of Latency
  • 27. The Benefit of Reducing Latency
  • 28. Strategic BI Requires Activism and Alignment
    • Users and IT form teams
    • BI core to strategic planning
    • Business wins
    • Right technology and products selected
    • BI competency center emerges
    • IT-induced solutions may or may not meet user requirements
    • Users fail to use IT-provided solutions
    • Tech. vendors prevail
    • Limited or no business benefits realized
    • MIS reporting is the norm
    • Inertia prevents any significant, new initiatives
    • Business is run without the benefit of complete perspective
    • Users source applications
    • Infrastructure issues arise
    • Scale, integration and manageability are compromised
    • Application vendors prevail
    • IT as a utility, not a partner
    User BI Activism IT BI Activism High High Low
  • 29. Methodology: Strategic BI Applications Construct 1. Definition 2. Data Identification and Preparation 3. Tool Evaluation/ Selection 4. Develop, Implement, Train Consume 5. Discovery and Exploration 7. Develop Decision Alternatives 6. Access, Monitor, Analyze Facts 8. Share and Collaborate 9. Effect Change Majority of construction effort
  • 30. Business Intelligence – Getting it Right… E N T E R P R I S E C U L T U R E I T I N F R A S T R U C T U R E Enterprise -wide BI Strategy Business Strategy Business Data Sanctity Business User Agendas Business Data Accountability Business Metrics Business User Involvement Business Intelligence