Business Intelligence


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Business Intelligence

The use of data to discover what is happening with a company. An example of business intelligence is the use of a computer program to look at financial statements to detect irregularities or other patterns. A company may do this to improve its own efficiency, an outside observer may do it to make recommendations or to invest, and a competitor may do it to find potential advantages.
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What do we mean when we talk about business intelligence specifically in relation to banking?
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Increase in data generation, affordability, low cost of data storage, increasing competition, need to take better business decisions, analytics, and mobile business intelligence-are some of the factors driving the adoption of business intelligence platforms.
The term "business intelligence" has traditionally described the field of taking raw data and turning it into knowledge used to make business decisions (which thereby includes some form of data analytics).
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