Fundamentals of Business Intelligence for the Small and Midsize Enterprise
sponsored by SAP APJ

To nurture a successful business from the ground up, the owner of a small to midsized business (SMB) must be aware of what is going on in the organization. But as a company grows and its functions expand, maintaining a constant awareness of all the moving parts becomes more difficult.

By providing current, comprehensive information and analytical insight into a company's operations, business intelligence (BI) tools can help SMBs understand how their business runs, avoid risks, and capitalize on opportunities for further growth.

Simply installing BI software without a game plan for maximizing its effectiveness, however, is a waste of time and money. In this white paper, find a checklist of six essential factors for SMBs to consider when implementing BI tools.

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