Intense Business Intelligence
Control the performace of your business through effective data analysis
Comprehensive data analysis tool
The Business Intelligence module is a tool that enables effective data management in a company and the integration of data from different sources. It allows for their transformation and cleansing from source systems. With Intense BI, you will not only create extensive reports but also share them effectively.
Benefits of reporting with INTENSE BI:
Fast data analysis
Available corporate views with key business indicators
Clear and dedicated reports
Handling information from multiple sources
Various ways to present data
Control with OLAP cubes and analytical models
Mobile access anytime, anywhere
High-security standards when it comes to processed data and access
Subscription to reports
Control of access to data
Effective data integration
The BI module allows integration from multiple sources. You can freely define and manage relationship structures. It allows you to integrate ERP, CRM, and B2B systems. Now you will efficiently unify data, and you can map source dictionaries, clean data and consolidate them. Your reports and analyses will be clear and transparent.
The type of reports you will create in INTENSE BI:
OLAP pivot tables
SQL pivot tables
INTENSE Business Intelligence will work well primarily for companies that rely on recurring, cyclical reports and for companies with individual, complex data analysis and storage needs.
You can choose the type of analysis depending on your needs. Thanks to integration capabilities, data can be collected from various sources, systems, and spreadsheets.
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What processes does Business Intelligence improve?
The BI module has many applications and collects data from over 50 source systems and several hundred data sets. Examples of processes improved by using the BI module:
- Consolidation of data for stock market reports
- Joint reporting for groups of companies
- Reporting on the execution of plans
- Automatic distribution of cyclical reports
- Creation of controlling models
- Use of cost allocators, such as salaries, to calculate the result of projects
- Construction and settlement of complex salary patterns or bonuses, depending on plans, revenues, and costs
- Downloading data to HD in full and incremental modes