Hubert Tsai

Business Analyst

November 24, 2014

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10 Reasons You Should Be Using A Business Intelligence Tool

Why BI tools are fast becoming companies most important business strategy.

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Large retailers receive mountains of transaction numbers daily, and they know there are insights to be found in these numbers, but they first need to be translated into useful information and knowledge so that managers can use this information to respond to markets immediately.

In the past, staff would use a variety of analytic tools and methods, and managers would often ask assistants to spend more time gathering vast arrays of additional information. This was both time consuming and costly. Now, Business Intelligence (BI) tools are becoming the go-to solution for processing, visualizing and utilizing spatial data.

Here are the top 10 benefits of using a BI tool that should compel you and your team to start looking for a BI tool today:

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Edward Eng

Business Development Manager

May 29, 2014

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The Surprising Truth About Data – Why Process Is The Backbone Of Victory

A presentation by Edward Eng.

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Data and big data are terms that now permeate business conversation and yet clear understanding of what data means for business and how to leverage that data is often missing. In this getchee-8 presentation Edward Eng explains why the real power of data for business use lies in building a process.

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Hubert Tsai

Business Analyst

February 27, 2014

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10 Reasons You Should Be Using A Business Intelligence Tool

Why BI tools are fast becoming companies most important business strategy.

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Large retailers receive mountains of transaction numbers daily, and they know there are insights to be found in these numbers, but they first need to be translated into useful information and knowledge so that managers can use this information to respond to markets immediately.

In the past, staff would use a variety of analytic tools and methods, and managers would often ask assistants to spend more time gathering vast arrays of additional information. This was both time consuming and costly. Now, Business Intelligence (BI) tools are becoming the go-to solution for processing, visualizing and utilizing spatial data.

Here are the top 10 benefits of using a BI tool that should compel you and your team to start looking for a BI tool today: 

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Amber Lee

Data Management Specialist

January 27, 2014

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Easy Ways To Distinguish Land Use

Using online tools to understand land use relationships.

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Understanding land use by populations is becoming a crucial component in business analysis. It’s already well known that the economic energy of a city and it’s population make-up has a positive relationship in the field of business analysis, but in addition to knowing the total population of the city, knowing the outer administrative districts of a population for micro-scale population distribution can be especially helpful in understanding land use. Land use and human life has a close relationship; consider these typical land use relationships as an illustration of this point:

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