Systems of Intelligence Tagged Posts

June 2nd, 2017
Scott Lee
Senior Industry Consultant
The Ever-Evolving Business of Insight. It’s All about Context.

Value comes in many shapes and sizes in today’s ever-evolving world of intelligence delivery solutions Insight … ‘the act or result of apprehending the inner nature of things or of seeing intuitively.’  Thank you, Merriam-Webster. Business...

Categories: Business Intelligence, Manufacturing Industry Insights
February 3rd, 2017
Scott Stamper
Industry Solution Architect, Microsoft
On Woodworking, Lincoln Logs, and Self-Service BI

Self-Service BI has offered a wonderful promise over the years, yet its potential has only been partially realized at best.  Now the game is changing with new technologies and analytics platforms that are readily accessible to, and usable by, businesses of all sizes,...

Categories: Business Intelligence
November 10th, 2016
Mike Shields
CEO & Industry Strategist
Transforming SERVICE in the Digital Age

It’s here. This is the time I’ve been waiting for since I was responsible for the Parts and Service business segment of a major global manufacturer. Like all of us who have managed what was once referred to as “The Aftermarket”, I found it sort of maddening that we devoted so little investment and attention to becoming excellent at keeping our customers’ expensive equipment serviceable and under our care as the original equipment manufacturer.

Categories: Business Intelligence, Microsoft Solutions, Manufacturing Industry Insights
November 8th, 2016
Julie Marletta
Practice Lead, Service
November 2nd, 2016
Digital Transformation with Microsoft Dynamics 365: First Look

Watch this 2 minute video that Satya Nadella kicks off, to see how Microsoft is helping you engage your customers, empower your employees, optimize operations, & transform your products.

Categories: Business Intelligence, News + Events, Microsoft Solutions, Manufacturing Industry Insights
February 23rd, 2016
Scott Stamper
Industry Solution Architect, Microsoft

Datapenia [da´tah-pe´ne-ah] Absence, or lack, of good data and good analytics. Or perhaps it should say lack of access to, and understanding of, good data and good analytics. Datapenia, a quasi-medical term coined by Dubner and Levitt in Superfreakonomics, drives good...

Categories: Business Intelligence