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What is Business Intelligence?
BI is a technology process used to provide useful insights in business performance or processes by performing advanced analytics with data coming from different sources.
Data Analysis & Reporting
Data can come in many formats and can be analyzed in many ways depending on the need of the user. Sums, percentages, vector calculations, statistical modeling, predictive analytics, the possibilities are huge. Once the data is put together and choice of how to analyze it is defined, you can show results in real time enterprise dashboards. Data analysis and reporting is therefore the way of getting valuable business insights.
Business analytics to embed
Embedded analytics is regular BI, seamlessly integrated into existing systems. CRMs, ERPs or any industry-specific software (healthcare, hospitality, financial, etc) are more and more looking to enable their end-users to visualize their data, contained in the software itself as well as from other data sources. Processing and representing this data themselves comes with a high cost while they need to focus on their core business. Therefore, integrating a robust embedded analytics solution within the application itself takes away high costs of developing a reporting tool in-house while tapping into modern BI capabilities, right from the start.
To allow businesses to promote their own application as one package, embedded analytics solutions are integrated in a transparent way the end-users do not see the insights are generated by a seamlessly integrated analytics solution. Themes that correspond to the branding of the software can be applied to dashboards or industry-specific representations can be created by building dedicated widgets, graphs, scoreboards and reports. The software integrating analytics can leave the choice to its users, to view, interact or even create their own dashboards.
Embedding and Reporting – what end users are demanding
An embedded analytics solution should provide the capability to let the end users not only to view but also edit or even create dashboards and eventually new widgets.
Modern end-users won’t be satisfied with static dashboards and will demand the ability not only for dynamic and modern BI, but most importantly, the ability to create their own reports, navigate through their data and share their findings among their colleagues. The client’s software icCube is integrated in, allows end users – according to their given credentials – to build and completely customize their own dashboards as well as post comments on the dashboard or on specific data. To share reports, a simple URL is sufficient as icCube is 100% browser based. Reports can be in real time, automatically refreshed in a given interval or every time there was a change in the database.
Data security when integrating a third-party software
Where the embedded analytics pure-players differentiate themselves from regular business intelligence providers, is that it allows a software or application to fully and seamlessly integrate an Advanced Analytics and Reporting tool within it, taking into account the given security system. The embedded analytics solution should be able to provide fine-grained security in order to fully adapt and understand the security system of the application it’s being integrated into.
Indeed, security is in fact preserved with icCube as it will fit to the software’s specific security system thanks to the on-the-fly authentication and authorization that can achieve up to cell level detailed data. End users will only see and edit what they are allowed to, so the software company won’t need to worry about data security and access rights as it will continue to rely on its own system.
These are some of the key facts where the embedded BI pure players like icCube, win the game.
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