Tag Archive: ROI

Information and Analytics – is it a business hinderance?

In the Business Intelligence (BI) world, as BI experts, we tend to understand and think about the value of information and analytics slightly differently to the rest of an organisation – given we have a passion for data and the value it holds.  We also understand information and analytics to be a competitive driver – …

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Using Analytics to manage ROI

Although I have discussed analytics and ROI in previous posts, I remain passionate about this topic, especially as I watch analytics being used more and more to transform businesses and give them a stronger competitive advantage. Progressively organisations are realising the value that analytics actually can deliver, and the advantages it can really bring. So …

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Soft ROI on BI

In a previous post I covered the “hard” ROI on BI initiatives. I discussed aspects that you can measure to determine the value that these initiatives directly contribute to the “bottom line” of the business. In this post I investigate the “softer” intangible contributions that BI can make, but these aspects are also much harder …

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ROI on BI

I recently lead a round table discussion on “Revamping your EDW and BI initiatives to Capture ROI” at the Marcus Evans Australian CIO Summit on the Gold Coast. I thought I would start the discussion by asking “What measures are you using to gauge the ROI of your BI initiatives?” Can you imagine my surprise …

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