How Does One Achieve Actionable BI?
Business Intelligence or BI by itself is valuable but its full potential is realized only when it is made “actionable” to achieve the desired results in achieving operational efficiencies, customer experience, creating new products/services or transforming the business model.
In my last blogpost, we had looked at some of the fundamental characteristics of actionable Business Intelligence or BI, and what makes it different from the BI reports of yore. In this one, we will look at how organizations can achieve such actionable BI.
The practice of BI, of course, is nothing new. It has been around since at least the 90s. We knew it mostly in the form of detailed reports and dashboards. What many business managers from that era, might also remember is the sense of frustration that one felt when presented with such reports. While they were accurate and detailed, these reports gave us interesting insights about the business trends but making them actionable, required further analysis and processes that generally got lost in organizational silos and politics. [...]
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- Satya SachdevaAssociate Vice President Insights & Data
Satya SachdevaAssociate Vice President Insights & Data
Satya Sachdeva is the VP for Sogeti's Insights & Data practice.
With over two decades of experience in all aspects of Information Management, Satya has been helping clients develop innovative enterprise information management solutions to leverage Big Data, Advanced Analytics and Traditional data warehousing for achieving competitiveness, customer-centric business models, profitability, risk management and enabling operational efficiencies across different verticals.
His unique approach has resulted in higher efficiencies, cost savings, and substantial improvements in time-to-market in the areas of data movement, data transformation, data quality, data security and business intelligence.
Satya has an MBA from Kellogg- Northwestern University,