7 Ways Business Intelligence Can Improve Your Business

This article features top 7 ways business intelligence can improve your business

Business intelligence combines business analytics, data visualization, data mining, infrastructure and data tools, and best practices to help companies make more informed decisions. It involves methods and processes that collect, store, and analyze data from business activities or operations to optimize performance. Analysts can provide competitor and performance benchmarks to help companies run smoothly and more efficiently by taking advantage of business intelligence. They can also identify market trends quickly to boost sales and revenue.

Business intelligence systems increase organizational efficiency, enhance data-based decision making, improve customer experience and employee satisfaction. Organizations know their market and performance through business intelligence and can strategically position themselves for more competitive advantage. When buying a business intelligence software, consider the data environment, analytical features, real-time business intelligence, role-based access, collaboration features, deployment options, interface responsiveness, and reporting abilities. Below

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Greenwood to open Women’s Business Center | City Desk

National and local leaders gathered at Greenwood Cultural Center in mid-December to announce the launch of a women’s business center that will assist female entrepreneurs. Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Greenwood Women’s Business Center will be located inside the GCC. 

“For phase one we’ve dedicated 5,000 square feet, but phase two will be 15,000 square feet of space and opportunity for women to grow Tulsa, to grow Oklahoma and to grow the region,” says Freeman Culver, president and CEO of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce. 

Services offered at the center will include counseling, mentorship, training and technical assistance to help women start or build their businesses. Phase one is expected to be completed this spring.

“Women are the fastest-growing entrepreneurial segment with nearly 1,200 businesses started by women in this country every single day,” says Natalie Madeira Cofield, assistant

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House leader eyes income tax cut amid rosy fiscal forecast

Huston says he and Senate leaders are continuing to discuss their differing outlooks on possible tax cuts. (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)

When it comes to pushing for state tax cuts and limits on employer vaccine mandates, Republicans in the Indiana House of Representatives are taking the lead.

IBJ asked the top House Republican, Speaker Todd Huston of Fishers, why his caucus has put these issues at the top of its agenda and why it has been more aggressive than Senate Republicans in its pursuit.

The differing attitudes on tax cuts became clear after a state budget forecast released last week showed the budget surplus could grow to $5.1 billion by the end of June.

House Republican leaders said the burgeoning surplus gave them even more cause to cut taxes, while Senate GOP leaders urged caution amid concerns that inflation could slow consumer spending and sales tax collections.

Here’s what Huston had

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Rethinking The Role Of Women In Business Programmes

Women are able to make bold and wise decisions as leaders; this helps make the team environment more cooperative.

Several research studies indicate that women leaders and women managers are better in team management and also better in engaging, motivating and getting better team productivity in comparison to their male counterparts. The research literature also indicates that women leaders and managers have powerful observation skills and have the ability to observe and get great business insights in comparison to male managers. It is a general belief that women have abundant reserves of patience, are more empathetic, are great communicators, are better at networking and are better at engaging people. They are also great at multitasking. Also, in business, tapping into the insights of both men and women can make any product or service marketable and in turn make business more profitable. Research from McKinsey reveals that gender-diverse businesses are more

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