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3 Reasons Business Intelligence Initiatives Fail...and How We Help Customers Succeed
Apr 10, 2019

3 Reasons Business Intelligence Initiatives Fail...and How We Help Customers Succeed

Enterprise BI initiatives are often large projects that come with layers of complexity.  There are many approaches to implement, manage, and support these initiatives. And when they’re mishandled, they can be expensive and incur difficulty in reaching near and long-term business value. Let’s look at 3 of the most common mistakes made during BI initiatives and how eLogic helps customers avoid them. 

Categories: Business Intelligence

Tags: Microsoft, Power BI, Data Warehouse, Enterprise Business Intelligence, Data Mart

Best Practice for Storing Reference Data from Other Systems in Dynamics 365
Mar 14, 2019

Best Practice for Storing Reference Data from Other Systems in Dynamics 365

When integrating Microsoft Dynamics 365 with other systems such as SAP, it's common to store reference/lookup data from the other systems in custom entities in Dynamics 365. For example, SAP has a payment terms table that has both a unique code (e.g., NT30) and a name (e.g., Net 30). When...

Categories: Microsoft Solutions

Tags: Dynamics 365 for Sales, Microsoft, SAP, Power BI

So What Does a Data Scientist Do, Anyway? [podcast]
Mar 12, 2019

So What Does a Data Scientist Do, Anyway? [podcast]

Recently on his podcast, ‘Power BI & More’, Ulrik Carlsson sat down with Matt Lamb to discuss Matt’s work in Data Science & Commercial Analytics for eLogic.  Listen to how a data scientist defines the...

Categories: Microsoft Solutions, Business Intelligence, eBooks + Infographics + Video

Tags: Business Intelligence, Microsoft, Machine Learning, Power BI, Analytics, Data Science

Picking Up Good Vibrations…and Bad Ones, too. What Vibration Tells Us about Predictive Maintenance.
Feb 01, 2019

Picking Up Good Vibrations…and Bad Ones, too. What Vibration Tells Us about Predictive Maintenance.

The ability to extract value from data has become a game-changer for companies seeking competitive advantages. As we know, when using any product, there are typically key indicators of its performance. Some of these are easily identifiable while others are more obscure. I’d like to talk about an example of a detectable issue related to vibration. 

Categories: Manufacturing Industry Insights

Tags: Manufacturing, Microsoft, Azure, Power BI, Analytics, Data Science


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