What are Business Intelligence Tools and the Types of Business?


Business Intelligence Tools

Spreadsheets: Generally used is Microsoft Excel, open source spreadsheets software, web based spreadsheets. There is also business Intelligence software with spreadsheet as front end user interface.

Digital dashboard: Dashboards are easy too read real-time user interface, which shows a graphical presentation of the current status

Reporting and querying software are either open source or proprietary software which are used to report, query, sort, filter and display data.

OLAP Tools: OLAP is online analytical processing. OLAP tools helps users to interactively analyze the data from multiple sources in a multidimensional view based on the users business perspective.

Self Service business Intelligence: Self Service BI is an approach which enables business users to access and analyze data without the help of IT.

Mobile business Intelligence: Mobile Business Intelligence is about bringing Business Intelligence to mobile workforce on the go.

Embedded Business Intelligence Software: Embedded Business Intelligence Software is the integration of business intelligence capabilities within business process applications.

Extract, Transform, and Load Software: ETL Software are software tools that are used to combine. blend, clean, profile and audit data from different sources.

Self Service Data Preparation Software: Self Service Data Preparation Software enables the data analysts to prepare and clean data to perform analyses without the help of IT team.

Data mining Tools: Data mining tools are discovering patterns in large data sets involving methods using artificial intelligence, machine learning, statistics, and database systems.

Data warehousing Tools: Data warehousing is a central repository of data. This is created by integrated data retrieval from different sources.

Decision intelligence: Decision engineering is a framework for decision making.

Process mining: Process mining is analysis based on event logs stored in an information system

Business Performance Management: Business performance management is a set of processes for managing the performance of an organization using the selection of the goal, consolidation and review.

Unified Modeling Language: Unified Modeling Language is a modeling language to help system and software developers for specifying, visualizing, constructing, and documenting the software systems.

Local Information System: Local information systems are designed primarily to support geographic reporting.