Reengineering Business Intelligence
Amplify social signals
Senior executives are developing next-generation business intelligence capabilities by rebuilding the engines that deliver insight. Along the way, they’re making the transition from decision making that is aligned with traditional budget cycles to near-real-time decision making. These engines blend social media with other external and internal data sets, along with refined analytics, to help anticipate strategic risks and opportunities.
Meet the authors
- Doug Palmer, Principal, Technology, Deloitte Consulting LLP
- Vikram Mahidhar, Director, Innovation, Deloitte LLP
- Tom Galizia, Principal, Technology, National Service Line Leader/Managing Principal, Technology Strategy and Architecture Practice, Deloitte Consulting LLP
- Vijay Sharma, Senior Manager, Innovation, Deloitte LLP
"C-level executives should understand that they have a window of between 12 and 18 months to complete the shift to real-time signal detection."
Don Springer, VP Product Management/Strategy Oracle, from his My Take in “Reengineering Business Intelligence”
|Power play: The social spark
In this Power Play, Deloitte provides a Digital Enterprise perspective on “Reengineering business intelligence” from Deloitte’s Business Trends 2013.
|Big data and listening capabilities: Can they deliver strategic intelligence?
Is there real value in investing more for next-generation capabilities?
|Reengineering business intelligence: Amplify social signals
Join us on October 30 for the Dbriefs webcast to how companies are reengineering business intelligence.
|Tuning your insight engine
When members of the CMO Club were interviewed recently about social data and their businesses the results revealed some interesting trends among marketing executives. While the vast majority of CMOs (89 percent) say social data has influenced their decisions, more than half still don’t know or don’t see ROI across many social media tools.
|Amplify the value of social signals across the business
Eric Openshaw, Vice Chairman, US Technology, Media and Telecommunications Leader, Deloitte LLP, discusses how the real value of social signals to a company depends upon its ability to gain and act on insights ahead of the competition.
|Social business: How is it evolving within organizations?
Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to learn the potential of “social reengineering" and also get a preview of the results of the second annual Deloitte and MIT Sloan Management Review study to learn how social business is being put into action within organizations.