Posted on 29th May 2015 by Andrea Drajewicz
Categories FAQ Friday
FAQ Fridays are where we address some of the more common questions we get asked over the course of the week. Have a question you want us to answer? Just comment below, reach out to us on Twitter or Facebook,
Pain points. Every business has them. Oh, they may differ in size and scale, technology, or industry, but when you get right down to it, every business we meet seems to have several common factors that keep cropping up that make these organizations struggle with meeting some of their core objectives.
Legacy technology—we’ve all got it. Old computers, old software, old cell phones… heck, we’ve even got an old TV or two in the basement or at the cottage. The problem with legacy technology is that while it still works,
At simpleBI, we know that every business could benefit from BI—if only they could access it easily and without having to pay crippling costs to set it up and a whole new IT infrastructure to support it—so we set about creating a BI system that lets you do just that.
Every business generates data every day. Sales data, customer data, inventory data… thousands of bytes of information pouring in month after month. It might not be the Big Data that’s all the rage right now, but when you get right down to it,
SaaS stands for “Software as a Service” and essentially it is computer software that you subscribe to rather than buying outright. It sounds crazy, only buying software for a limited period of time, but when you really look at the ramifications,
Here at simpleBI, we know that every business, big or small, could benefit from BI—if only they could access it easily and without having to pay crippling costs to set it up or build a whole new IT infrastructure to support it.
Posted on 12th February 2014 by Jeremy Jackson
In the last few posts, I’ve been talking about some of the common problems that make it difficult for organizations to meet core objectives, such as persisting with outdated systems for all the right (yet wrong) reasons, and how key information gets trapped between data silos.