To deliver the services, we assign our multidisciplinary team of business analysts and BI technology consultants. Such an approach allows holistically solving different, often interconnected problems. For example, the inability to see profitability per product (a business problem) may arise from the flaws in data sources integration (a technical problem).
We examine the existing reporting and analytical systems, business processes, KPIs, and conduct interviews with managers and analysts to understand business needs and explore business objectives.
Based on the findings, we specify the requirements for BI software and hardware, prepare conceptual solution design, define KPIs and reports for the solution, as well as create a clear and detailed BI roadmap for 3, 5 or 7 years.
At this stage, we do the following:
We are ready to take on implementation ourselves and put all our recommendations into practice, as we are equally experienced in rendering BI implementation services. At the same time, we respect your choice and if you decide to continue with a third-party vendor, we can help you select the best candidate and continue consulting engagement during implementation done by a third-party vendor to drive it to success by:
At the concept design stage, we examine the existing reporting and analytical systems, business processes, KPIs, and conduct interviews with executives, middle managers and analysts to explore business objectives, understand business needs and identify the existing problems.
Typical problems we solve:
Based on the findings, we design your individual BI improvement roadmap, discuss it with all the stakeholders and get the approval from a project sponsor.
We are ready to take on the implementation of the recommended improvements, as we are equally experienced in BI implementation. In this case, we introduce the technical changes in 2-8 week-long iterations that may cover changes in KPIs and reporting, data quality improvements, and BI solution modifications. We also conduct training so that the users are well-informed of the newly implemented features and are their confident users.
At the same time, we respect your choice if you decide to commission a third-party vendor to introduce the technical changes. In this case, we may closely collaborate with you and the vendor to ensure that all the recommended improvements have found their way to your BI solution.
What You Can Gain with Hash Analytic?
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The Components of Your BI Solution at a Glance
A robust BI solution that allows defining consistent business objectives and measures, monitoring the company’s progress in achieving them, analyzing the effect of introduced changes and optimizing business processes typically embraces:
- A data lake, a data warehouse, OLAP cubes, reports and dashboards.
- ETL processes for each of multiple data sources, including external and outdated ones.
- Data science, including machine and deep learning, when advanced analytics is required.
- Data quality management practices.
- Data security practices.
Data Sources That Can Become the Foundation of Your BI Solution
BI solutions we consult on can take data from:
- The company’s ERP system.
- CRM application (sales, marketing, customer service).
- Human resource management applications.
- Supply chain management systems (procurement management, vendor management, warehouse management).
- Line-of-business applications.
- Shop floor software.
- Field service software.
- Ecommerce website
- Websites and web portals.
- Other external sources.
Make the Most of Your BI
Our BI consultants are always in touch, ready to discuss your business specifics. Just drop us a line and we’ll start generating ideas on how to make your BI, either existing or future, powerful.