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Business Intelligence: The Missing Link to Your ERP Strategy?

IT Toolbox

While defining ERP strategy, many organizations neglect one of the highest value-added aspects of their enterprise systems: business intelligence.

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How CareSource ditched its data silos

CIO Business Intelligence

As companies re-evaluate current IT infrastructures and processes with the goal of creating more efficient, resilient, and intuitive enterprise systems, one thing has become very clear: traditional data warehousing architectures that separate data storage from usage are pretty much obsolete.

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Follow Us: The Flexagon Roadmap

Flexagon

The COTS support includes traditional on-prem database, middleware, business intelligence, applications, and cloud services for infrastructure, platform, and software applications. Enterprise Systems Platform Support . Vast Toolchain Integration Library.

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ChatGPT, the rise of generative AI

CIO Business Intelligence

Enterprise applications of conversational AI today leverage responses from either a set of curated answers or results generated from searching a named information resource. For now, ChatGPT is finding most of its applications in creative settings.

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Generative AI in enterprises: LLM orchestration holds the key to success

CIO Business Intelligence

Other typical components required for an enterprise system are access control (so that each user only sees what they are entitled to) and security. We are beginning to see commercial products for LLM Orchestration, as well as commonly used open-source frameworks such as LangChain and LlamaIndex.

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At Black & Veatch, a new IT operating model enables digital opportunities

CIO Business Intelligence

They also need to understand the security landscape and protocols we are using and inform the business of the new enterprise systems. BRLs need to collaborate across the team to have visibility into other market sector priorities and initiatives to ensure we are not duplicating efforts.

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Long and winding railroad – heading for the cloud

CIO Business Intelligence

The company needed to embark on the journey to the cloud with standard systems and selected SAP cloud applications and services for the transformation. We’re a legacy company,” said Michelle Clark, AVP, Enterprise Systems at Union Pacific Railroad.

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