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New Research Finds Top Performing Companies Expand Operational Intelligence Across Business Functions

September 9, 2010 No Comments

Companies with top-performing Operational Business Intelligence (BI) are twice as likely to share operational data across functions, and more than three times as likely to use a dedicated operational business intelligence platform, as companies with poorer performance, according to an Aberdeen Group research report. The report, Operational Intelligence: Boosting Performance with ‘Right-Time’ Insight, announced today by Aberdeen Group, a Harte-Hanks Company , finds that top performers with operational business intelligence have a similar profile from the C-suite to the line of business, focusing on operational review across the entire organization.

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