Business Intelligence in Recent Times.
The pandemic of COVID-19 and its impact around the globe has altered the way businesses think about their bottom line. Many “Fortune 500” companies are announcing remote working for the rest of the year and beyond. The changeover seems to be an easy sell for the services sector as compared to manufacturing. Regardless the success of the approach is dependent upon the way businesses are run.
Traditional physical store sales could face a drop but these will have to be compensated with the exploitation of online avenues. The top-level executives will have to build checkpoints against key parameters to stay on top of the sales targets and customer satisfaction indices. Plus, with restrictions on travel, businesses with a presence in multiple countries will find it difficult to keep a close check on standard guidelines and procedures to run business operations. Customer engagement will have to be kept at the center by using innovative technology driven solutions.
How about an off the shelf world class product that has interface to consolidate multiple data sources, present analytics and generates alerts based on configurable benchmarks.
Qlik has been declared a leader for the 10th year in a row by Gartner Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. The robustness of Qlik Sense and BI platforms now leverages businesses via intelligent alerting all available in the palm of executives. The platform lets businesses define KPIs for operational, tactical and strategic management. Which means you get real-time business intelligence.
The use cases which benefit from an alerting platform could be endless, presenting just a few of the examples being used by businesses below:
|Reorder level of life saving drugs, Next appointment intimation and self-triaging||Hospital Administration|
|Customers typically buying in end of season sale||Apparel Stores|
|Drop in stock levels||Grocery Stores|
|Drop in customer satisfaction indices||Transport Services|
|Drop in sales, Delays in delivery of raw materials||Manufacturing Business|
|Drop in Attendance||Branch Offices|
|Delays in day close out||Banking|