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One way Business Process (BP) Directors are benefitting from intelligent business operations (IBO) is through performance intelligence: Understanding the meaning of a company’s “big data” using pre-determined queries and multi-dimensional analysis. When business processes are being executed properly and have access to performance analytics, the processes can automatically adapt and optimize performance.
“Business Process Directors cannot afford to think in terms of ‘business as usual.’ They must understand the power of Intelligent Business Operations.” — Gartner
Design Processes to Seek Patterns of Threat and Opportunity
BP directors can now equip their processes to seek patterns of threat and opportunity. Business intelligence tools have improved greatly over the past several years and when designed and implemented effectively, these tools give managers a window into a vast amount of business transactions that can help with their everyday decision-making. For instance, by analyzing transactional data, such as years of customer purchasing activity, managers can ask questions such as which are the most profitable customer segments and get answers in real-time. These answers can be used to make short-term business decisions as well as longer-term plans. In this way, BP Directors can leverage IBO to model and analyze alternatives and act quickly to intercept desired business outcomes. It is possible to leverage IBO to stay on top — or one step ahead — of the ever-changing business environment in which your processes run. However, achieving this goal may require new technologies, such as intelligent business process management suites (iBPMs).
Create Your Own Custom Business Intelligence Tools
Cincom provides BP Directors the ability to create custom business intelligence tools quickly and easily. Through the Modeling and Mapping Tools of Cincom® ObjectStudio® you can:
- Design and generate the framework for a software system.
- Quickly and capably integrate objects and applications with relational databases.