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Introduction To :

Business Intelligence
And
Decision Support System

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What is Business Intelligence (BI)


Definitions:

Business Intelligence (BI) refers to skills,


processes,
technologies,
applications
and
practices used to support decision making.
Business Intelligence is a broad category of
applications and technologies for gathering,
storing, analyzing, and providing access to data to
help clients make better business decisions.
A system that collects, integrates, analyses and
presents business information to support better
business decision making.
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What is BI (continued)
Business Intelligence enables the business
to make intelligent, fact-based decisions.

Aggregate
Data

Database, Data Mart, Data


Warehouse,

Present
Data

Reporting Tools,
Dashboards, Static
Reports, Mobile Reporting,

Enrich
Data

Add Context to Create


Information, Descriptive
Statistics, Benchmarks,

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Inform a
Decision

Decisions are Fact-based


and Data-driven

Data Warehouse
Large Database
Subject-Oriented
Integrated
Nonvolatile
User-Friendly Interface

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Data Marts
Mini data warehouses
Hold subsets of data from the data
warehouse
Data focuses on a specific aspect of the
company
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What is BI (continued)
Improving organizations by providing
business insights to all employees
leading to better, faster, more
relevantdecisions

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Business Intelligence
Business
Intelligence

Expert
Systems

Reporting
Knowledge
Management
Data Mining

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Reporting
Reporting means collecting and
presenting data so that it can be analyzed
Benefits of Reporting :

Collecting and presenting data ready to be analyzed, including historical


data that can be tracked over time
Empowering end-users with the knowledge to become experts in their area
of business
Having the underlying figures to back up actions, explain decisions

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Data Mining

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Knowledge Management
KM is about making the right knowledge
available to the right people.
Creating Value from Intellectual Property
Sharing Knowledge with Others

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Expert Systems
A computer application that performs a
task that would otherwise be performed by
a human expert. For example, there are
expert systems that can diagnose human
illnesses, make financial forecasts, and
schedule routes for delivery vehicles.
Some expert systems are designed to
take the place of human experts, while
others are designed to aid them.
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Expert Systems

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Thank you !!
Questions ??

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