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Business Intelligence For Associations

  1. 1. Business Intelligence for Associations Critical insights Fact-based decision-making Actionable intelligence
  2. 2. Everything You Need to Know About Business Intelligence: What is business intelligence? What does business intelligence bring to associations? Where does business intelligence fit with your other applications? How do you get started?
  3. 3. Defining Business Intelligence Using powerful tools and technology to bring timely accurate high-value actionable insights to your everyday decision-making
  4. 4. How is Business Intelligence Different from Traditional Reporting Solutions? “Tell me what happened” “Tell me what happened and why” “Tell me what is happening right now” “Tell me what is likely to happen” “Tell me something interesting and important” “Help me figure out what Traditional data to look at and how to Reporting do my analysis” Business Intelligence
  5. 5. How is Business Intelligence Different from Traditional Reporting Solutions? Traditional Modern Reporting Business Intelligence Tedious, repetitive, manually intensive Robust environment of pre-selected data loading and storage of data needed for results in dramatically improved reporting and reporting analytical productivity Limited Functionality: tabular-style reports, Traditional “look and feel” of tabular reports simple graphs plus drill-down analysis, dashboards, system- assisted analysis, and visualization High lifetime total cost of ownership (TCO) Lower lifetime total cost of ownership (TCO) because of user tool productivity Usually error-prone due to repetitive data Formal BI quality assurance programs help loading and storage reduce errors and increase confidence in reports and analytics “Pull-oriented” – if users don’t run reports, Critical information can be “pushed” to users they may not receive critical information through alerts and other capabilities
  6. 6. Representative Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Comparison $$$ $$ TCO $ $ Initial Additional Major New Capability Functionality Enhancements Technology Traditional Time Reporting Business Intelligence
  7. 7. BI and Associations: Enabling Effortless Drill-Down Analysis
  8. 8. BI and Associations: Dashboard-Style Interfaces Alabama Alaska Arizona National Renewals Arkansas Non-Dues Revenue California Salaried Staff Levels Colorado Connecticut Volunteer Staff Levels Cash Flow Mgt Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii
  9. 9. Business Intelligence and Your Other Applications Data Mart Data Mart
  10. 10. Expanding Your Business Intelligence Capabilities Data Mart Data Mart Other Applications
  11. 11. Getting Started with Business Intelligence “Quick Start” World-class, affordable Strategy and Scope BI tools netFORUM source Requirements data Library of reporting Collection & data models, Validation templates Detailed Design Rapid Development & Assembly Rapid time to value Critical insights…better Best Best Practices Deployment decision-making Practices Future enhancements without starting over
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