In today’s data driven world, business leaders may feel overwhelmed given the sudden influx of data. By merging, business analytics, data mining, data visualization, data tools and infrastructure, and others, business intelligence (BI) helps these leaders in making more data-driven decisions. At present, BI enables organizations to identify ways to increase profit, analyze customer behavior, compare data with competitors, track performance, optimize operations, spot market trends and many other crucial activities in the business pipeline.
Business intelligence addresses numerous problems that perpetuate in organizations. For instance, it enables the examination of data to understand trends and derive insights by streamlining the effort required to search for, merge and query the data necessary to make sound business decisions. Given the current situation of huge data generation, it helps make sense of data in comparatively lesser time and solves the problem of limited data accessibility. Meanwhile, since gathering relevant