More and more businesses in 2019 are getting inspired to revamp their business intelligence (BI) strategy. While prompt and up-to-date insights are always necessary, you can take forward thinking to the next level with the new Intuitive Business Intelligence (IBI) software.
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The PAe Business Intelligence Dashboard allows users to monitor feeds and visuals from all Print Audit solutions and chosen 3rd party applications highlighting important KPIs within a business.
The Business Intelligence Dashboard is available via a responsive, web-based portal. Users can generate and present reports anytime and anywhere, with the same ease of use and elegant presentation across all devices. Data automatically feeds into the PAe Business Intelligence Dashboard, allowing users to monitor information from all Print Audit solutions and 3rd party applications of their choice.
RSM is a leading provider of audit and tax services globally with over 3,500 partners and staff in the UK. Working with Intuitive partner, Advanced, the OpenDashboards were implemented alongside the Advanced OpenHR solution.
Read the Case Study to find out how the Salary Review process for 3,500+ staff has been streamlined and managed.
At the recent Intuitive Business Intelligence Partner Conference, held in London on 23rd January 2019, V5 of IBI's popular Dashboard Software was launched.
This major new release delivers the following key enhancements:
As Roger, Stocker explained "We are excited to roll out our latest version to our partners, and through them to end customers. We have made some major leaps forward with our investment in this new version"
The Intuitive Partner Awards were the finale of the Intuitive Partner Conference held last week at the Everyman Cinema in London’s King’s Cross.
The aim of the day was to help Intuitive partners to accelerate their success in Business Intelligence. Intuitive presented an update on product strategy and future roadmap, a preview of the new features and benefits of Intuitive 5. Attendees also heard from long-term partner Advanced about their integration of Intuitive dashboards into their Cloud HCM solutions. We also had a presentation from Stinus Morson, Head of IS Services of Morson Group about their use of Intuitive dashboards to drive performance and client satisfaction.
The day culminated with Intuitive’s Partner Recognition Awards. Winners in each category were as follows (pictured from l-r above):
• Salesperson of the Year – Karl Broom, FSI
• Best use of the Solution - Gary McPherson, Konica Minolta
• Technical Excellence Award – ProcessFlows Sofia BI Team
• Partner of the Year – Achievability
• £1m Partner Club – Advanced
Intuitive Business Intelligence today announced that Roger Stocker has taken on the role of CEO of the organisation.
Industry veteran Roger was one of the founding directors of Intuitive Business Intelligence, back in 2011. Roger takes over from Tony Bray who has been Managing Director since the company was formed and is now retiring. Tony will continue to be a shareholder and director in the business
Neil Ewin, Chairman commented “Roger Stocker has been instrumental in growing our business to where it is now, and in building a fantastic range of partners. I am confident in his ability to continue to accelerate the success of the business”
As Roger Stocker, CEO explained “I am delighted to be taking on the role of CEO at Intuitive. Tony has achieved some fantastic results in establishing our channel and we now have some exciting global partnerships in the Print Management and HR markets. These provide a real foundation for growth for the company going forward. I am delighted that Tony will be having a continued role in the business as a non-executive director and valued advisor”
This blog post is intended to provide guidance in building great dashboards that will be used in the long term within an organisation. It is based on our experience of building dashboards with our partners over several years, so we now have a good understanding of what works well and what doesn’t.
In my last blog post I wrote about how the adoption of self-service BI tools hasn’t lived up to its promise of giving users easy access to the data they need.
As I also pointed out, organisations often make the mistake of looking for a “one size fits all” solution. The tools that business users need will be simpler in their design and their approach than those for data analysts. Business users need timely, easy to access information that relates to their role and how they are measured. Data analysts are focused on delving deep into data in order to discover patterns, trends and help to forecast the future for the organisation.
As the BI market matures, I often get asked what is my view of the data visualisation market? Dashboard’s creation tools first became established 7-8 years ago. Their prime role was to make life easier for IT staff and data analysts who were becoming overloaded with requests for more and more data as organisations became more data aware. In fact, many vendors basic value proposition was about empowering business users to self-serve without the need for an IT department.
I have seen many organisations struggle with this and wondered when people would get beyond the hype of the marketing message. In my view, the adoption of these tools hasn’t lived up to their promise of giving users easy access to the data they need.
Purpose Software has announced the immediate availability of a new dashboard option for its CBS and 2serv service management solutions. This new capability will help resellers to improve individual, team and organisational performance whilst enhancing decision-making across the business.
The dashboards provide browser-based access to a consolidated view of organisational performance, highlighting metrics and KPIs that matter the most, from existing, disparate data sources. Dashboards can be customised to meet the functional requirements of individual users who can ‘drill down’ for more detailed analysis all the way to individual customer record, document or device levels.
According to Purpose Software: “This new dashboard add-on is intuitive, easy-to-use, highly configurable and can be implemented in hours rather than months. It demonstrates our ongoing commitment to developing all our business management software, which comprises the market’s widest range of products, maintaining our position as the UK’s leading provider of data integration solutions to print and managed services resellers.”