Posts Tagged ‘Business Intelligence and Analytics’

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Key Differences between a Traditional Data Warehouse and Big Data

Traditional data warehouse solutions were originally developed out of necessity. In order to run the business, every company uses enterprise resource planning (ERP) and CRM applications to manage back-office functions like finance, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, and supply chain, as well as front-office functions like sales, service, and call center. The data captured […]

Approaches to Embrace Big Data

Not every organization starts its big data journey from the same place. Some have robust business intelligence functions and capabilities, while others are doing great things with Excel. However, in order to drive efficiencies, support expected future growth and to continue its evolution to a data-driven company, most organizations are reviewing their current suite of software […]

Why Aren’t Any Business Intelligence Apps Using Graph Data

Business intelligence isn’t always about the facts. Don’t get me wrong, there will always be a place for dashboards and BI reports. Making business decisions without them is unimaginable so we all appreciate SQL based business intelligence systems with star schemas that point to meaningful fact values. One of the many lessons learned from the […]

10 Healthcare Analytics Trends for 2016

Infographic: 10 Healthcare Analytics Trends for 2016

It is hard to believe we are in December already! Where has 2015 gone? We are still entrenched in the transformation of healthcare and it will be interesting to witness the continued evolution in 2016. One area that will continue to be a focal point for healthcare organizations is analytics and the ability to transform […]

Reduce Hospital Re-admissions with Business Intelligence Tools

Steven Gregor, Microsoft Business Intelligence Consultant at Perficient, has been working with a client to help reduce readmission rates, a key component of the Affordable Care Act. Often times healthcare organizations have a difficult time analyzing readmission data because it is located in multiple systems. The use of business intelligence tools allows data to be […]

The "Holy Grail" - One Reporting Platform

The ‘Holy Grail’ – One Reporting Platform – #Interact14

The Perficient team is at HIUG Interact 2014, booth #206 and is available daily to discuss solutions and topics around: Business Intelligence – Industry direction (self-service, structured vs. unstructured data, cloud vs on-premise), dashboards, reporting tools, and technology Enterprise Performance Management – “Planning in the Cloud” Oracle’s Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS), profitability and […]