Our Business

As a company, we are very interested to know what our weaknesses and strengths in order to explore opportunity and grow as an organization. To do this, every day we receive a large amount of data being processed on our servers and staff in order to give us information relevant to our situation as a company.

Business Intelligence

Business intelligence is made up of an increasing number of components including:

  • Multidimensional aggregation and allocation
  • Denormalization, tagging and standardization
  • Real-time reporting with analytical alert
  • A method of interfacing with unstructured data sources
  • Group consolidation, budgeting and rolling forecasts
  • Statistical inference and probabilistic simulation
  • Key performance indicators optimization
  • Version control and process management
  • Open item management

 Why Business Intelligence

Some of the main reasons why business intelligence is used are:

  • Measurement – program that creates a hierarchy of performance metrics  and benchmarking that informs business leaders about progress towards business goals.
  • Analytics – program that builds quantitative processes for a business to arrive at optimal decisions and to perform business knowledge discovery.
  • Reporting/enterprise reporting – program that builds infrastructure for strategic reporting to serve the strategic management of a business, not operational reporting.
  • Collaboration/collaboration platform – program that gets different areas (both inside and outside the business) to work together through data sharing and electronic data interchange.
  • Knowledge management – program to make the company data-driven through strategies and practices to identify, create, represent, distribute, and enable adoption of insights and experiences that are true business knowledge