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Demystifying SharePoint Business Intelligence

One of the more confusing aspects of SharePoint is its Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities

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Is it Knowledge Management or Business Intelligence?

I was recently speaking with someone whose background was all in business intelligence and data...Knowledge management -- the buzzword of decades past that might be synonymous with other buzzwords like collective intelligence or intellectual capital

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Where are Implicit Connections and Business Intelligence for Unstructured Communication?

Even with some level of unified communications, we spend a frustratingly large amount of time tracking down materials related to conversations, accounts and projects that we are working on. We may have project management tools, integrated email, calendar and voice tools, but they are primarily...

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The Importance of Business Intelligence Solutions in Empowering Company-Client Relations

Truthfully, major corporations install powerful business intelligence solutions to increase the communication wavelengths between employee and client – this set-up gives companies flexibility without exhausting resources on expensive modules and prepares employees to the demand imposed by high standards brought by policies dependent on technology and transmission

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A SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence (BI) Deep-dive - Case Study Review from EPC Group

The Business Intelligence Capabilities of SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities in SharePoint 2013 are vast and in many cases are achieved with a combination of SharePoint and Microsoft Office or SharePoint and SQL Server’s capabilities . Note: For a review of Office 365's Business Intelligence capabilities in Power BI, review my previous post on a deep-dive of Office 365's Power BI

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Moving Beyond Analytics: Putting Insights into Action, an AIIM 2014 Presentation

When combined, businesses have a unique opportunity to turn these combined capabilities outward to find and deliver not just more information but actual *actionable intelligence* about competitors and markets. This session will demonstrate the power and promise of Social Competitive Intelligence that blends information management principles with deep Web analytics

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Deep-Dive of Microsoft’s Power BI for Office 365

Microsoft’s Power BI for Office 365 Microsoft Office 365’s Power BI contains a collection of features and services that enables organization to visualize data and share these discoveries in a very similar manner as SharePoint 2013's on-premise business intelligence environmental capabilities

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Content Sharing and Processing in a Cloud and Mobile World, an AIIM14 Presentation

Content Sharing and Processing in a Cloud and Mobile World from AIIM Doug Miles (AIIM's Director of Market Intelligence) is head of the AIIM Market Intelligence Division

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Document Capture is the Onramp to Analytics

This type of data capture and analysis software is used for a variety of purposes, such as transactions, business intelligence, applications, claim forms and customer support. Document recognition technologies such as OCR and ICR can automatically extract information that is essential to business intelligence and strategy

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