How does your business succeed: Niche
markets?.. Cost advantage?.. Innovative products?...
Whatever the strategy, there is always
room for more success. To manage your business, become more responsive
to the marketplace and overcome your competitors you need to manage the information
your business generates:
If you cannot answer these
and many other fundamental questions without a series of rituals involving
key staff and a dozen Spreadsheets then you probably need a Business
Oranz Business Process Analysis
Oranz’s approach to business intelligence (BI) is to view the organisation
as a whole, rather than as islands of information based around functional
areas such as finance, human resources and operations.
A facilitated business requirements analysis workshop is central to our
project methodology, enabling the client to define the information
required to manage and develop their business.
This short exercise views the organisation as a series of business process
flows that interact with customers, suppliers and stakeholders, and
encompasses the balanced scorecard quadrants.
Oranz offers free introductory services:
FREE on-site seminars to introduce the concepts and benefits of Business
Analytics and Enterprise Reporting to your key decision makers
FREE proof-of-concept Analytics system for your business. It is
always easier to see exactly how your organisation may benefit from
analytics and financial consolidation systems when your own corporate data
is brought to life through an Analytics system
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an
information pack and one of our consultants will contact you to discuss our
Who is using Business Intelligence?
Business Intelligence is probably one of the best-kept secrets of large
blue chip companies. For example, British Airways were quoted in the UK
press as saving an estimated £70million over 10 years thanks to their
business intelligence implementation. Companies like British Airways see
business intelligence as a strategic imperative and have developed a
specific business intelligence strategy that is closely aligned to their
overall business strategy. In fact, industry analysts Gartner have
predicted that 50% of large companies will have a business intelligence
strategy by the end of 2002.
Compelling Business Logic
Increased competition and the mainstream
adoption of BI and analytics technologies, notably by Microsoft and Oracle,
have resulted in dramatic reductions in software and implementation costs.
Oranz welcomes this development.
BI and analytics solutions are now firmly within the reach of small and
medium size enterprises (SMEs). Indeed the business case for carefully
thought out and measured investment is now so compelling that the question
has been turned around. Can businesses afford not to invest in these
solutions if their competitors are?
Enterprise Reporting Challenge
The current corporate environment has never been more challenging, with
constant acquisitions and divestitures, and ever more stringent financial
reporting requirements. With your financials under more scrutiny than ever,
it is crucial that your consolidation and reporting process is fast,
accurate and flexible. However, with more and more people becoming involved
in the budgeting and reporting process, this is proving a real challenge.
Consolidating results from foreign entities, and dealing with multiple
reporting currencies, make this challenge even greater.
Next Generation Financial
Consolidation from Microsoft
Corporations ranging from medium size entities to the largest multi-national
corporations require a rapid, cost-effective solution to financial
consolidation and group reporting. Only the most flexible consolidation
software can cope with this challenge. Microsoft’s Enterprise Reporting (ER)
provides the necessary architecture and in-built intelligence to adapt
rapidly to changes in your business and group-reporting environment.
Visit the ER website.
analytics project implemented within businesses today is delivering a return
on investment of 431% over five years. More than half of the implementations
studied - 63% - delivered that payback in two years or less. That's a
staggering return for a tech project... ”
Business Performance Management
integrate their business intelligence applications into an overall
corporate performance management suite will be better able to identify the
areas of their business that are performing well and those that aren't”.