The Vmayo Business Intelligence Initiative is for making better business decisions that enable organizations to increase revenue, improve operational efficiency, and gain a competitive advantage over business rivals. To achieve that goal, business intelligence combines various methods for managing and analyzing data in tandem with analytics, data management, and reporting tools.
Business intelligence leverages data and services that convert data into actionable insights that inform the organization’s strategic and strategic business decisions. Business intelligence tools use data sets and present analytical findings in reports, summaries, dashboards, graphs, charts, and maps, providing users with detailed information about the state of the business.
Vmayo offers several self-service business intelligence tools and platforms streamlining process analysis. This makes it easier for people with no technical know-how to look at their data and understand how to find the data themselves. There are platforms for multiple levels of business intelligence users such as ad hoc reporting, data visualization and creating customized dashboards.
Ranking reports can easily show you the best and worst performing aspects of your business, from products to marketing campaigns to salespersons.
If you’re curious how a future decision will affect your business, you can run a “what-if” analysis using past data to predict potential impacts.
Executive dashboards give your organization’s leaders real-time observations of your business in the form of graphs, charts, summaries, and other information reports.
Data analyst likes data. This type of user continuously collects data, organizes, analyzes and presents the data. Making decisions based on gut feeling is out of the question. The data analyst looks at the data and asks the rationale for every decision, big or small.
The management of your equipment dealership uses BI to make the organization more efficient, reduce costs, and enable growth. These types of users are interested in dashboards with KPIs and in periodic management reports.
For business users of BI solutions, we can distinguish between advanced and regular users. The business user is often a manager. For example, Sales Manager, Rental Manager, Service Manager or Parts Manager.
A regular business user is also a manager at your appliance dealership. But unlike an advanced BI user, this manager requires predefined dashboards and standard management reports.
It goes without saying that the IT department plays a key role in BI. They are responsible for the infrastructure and equipment available in the company and they manage the rights and roles of employees.
Once we see the potential in someone and recruit them we ensure that they get an environment in which they can actually realize their potential. Stress and pressure are the enemies of productivity and creativity, we aim to decrease them as much as possible.