#1 - Focus on business goals & business users Keep the end user in mind from the start Unite the IT department with less technically savvy business users Users should control the flow & content, while IT group secures the data & subsequent analysis.
#2 - Decouple the data collection from the business analysis Data Collection Continuously collect, cleanse and properly structure data from multiple sources Keep business users out of the complexities of the data Business insight Let business users define their needs & goals Increase the velocity of your insight generation Allow for continuous change & evolution
#3 - Work-in your ad-hoc teams Define your ad-hoc teams By areas of interest (NOT by org chart) Add BI experts to these teams Gradually add teams to the pool of users More people using the system collaboratively improve the level of the suggestiveness
#4 - Tie analysis to decision making processes Decision makers must have accurate insights in front of them Add the insight to decision making processes Use the Insight-evolution traceability of the system to ensure proper documentation of the decision making
#5 - Faster, stronger enterprise Collaborative decision environment Cultural transformation Shift away from the data-centric approach to the knowledge- and wisdom-centric method
Empowering Sales & Operations planning Challenge “As a VP Operation, my task is to synchronize the key stakeholders in the sales and operation planning process, ensuring an efficient supply chain and delivery .” Solution
Social intelligence helps us align the relevant members & engage in cross functional discussions
Learning from past mistakes, improving our process after each collaborative meeting
Garry Jones – VP Ops
Empowering Ad-hoc project teams Challenge “We are tasked to deal with a key integration project, consolidating data from the enterprise, analyzing it and making decisions on the best path forward.” Solution
We sit in different offices, homes, and different time zones, social intelligence increased our productivity.
We successfully used the power of collective intelligence to make better decisions.
All the data, context and process is kept in the system helping the enterprise grow it’s corporate intelligence.
Gail Sanders – Team Leader Ben Spencer – Team Member Julie Cohen – Team member Sandy Gibson – Team member
Empowering Management teams Challenge “As a CEO, I ensure the company execute out strategy according to our plans. I need to measure our progress and align our resources to deal with market conditions.” Solution
Measure the company’s performance and find areas that need more attention.
Via social intelligence I can point to specific data and ask for further investigation by the relevant team members.
Benefits Jack Mead – CEO
All the executives are aligned.
Productivity is higher, as measurement, analysis and collaboration is done in one place.
Over 1,600 customers worldwide Telecom, Media & Entertainment Healthcare Manufacturing Financial Services Retail & Distribution
Gartner “Customers ranked Panorama in the top third of vendors for OLAP and dashboard capabilities, with a higher proportion of users using the product for ad hoc analysis (29%) than other users of products/vendors featured within this year's Magic Quadrant.” http://www.scribd.com/doc/48815541/Gartner-BI-MQ-2011
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