Achieving Optimal Value from Business Intelligence
A Scenario Systems Executive Summary
The great irony of Business Intelligence (BI) today is that of all of the money spent on BI solutions, only a
small percentage of an organization's user community are actually able to realize value from the BI investment.
Unfortunately, it is the operational personnel that really need detailed tactical insight and access
to key business information who are the furthest away from it. Business users who are the most able
to act on the information quickly to nip problems in the bud or exploit potential opportunities lack easy access
to relevant information in order to make timely and informed decisions.
A focus on Geospatial Information Systems) GIS is a transforming technology allowing businesses to
view and analyze data from a geographic perspective. GIS integrates business strategy and organizes
necessary information for your business needs as an executive. It can also utilize different systems to
save valuable resources, visualize your organization's assets, and streamline workflow processes.
It is becoming a part of mainstream business and management operations around the world in organizations
as diverse as cities, state government, utilities, telecommunications, railroads, civil engineering, petroleum
exploration, retailing, etc. in private and public sectors. This array of institutional types is integrating
GIS into their daily operations, and the applications associated with these systems are equally broad
from infrastructure management, to vehicle routing, to site selection, to research and analysis.
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