- Submitted on: Thu, 04.20.2017 06:36pm
As software continues to become more and more complex, we find that about 80% of its users tend to utilize about 20% of the software’s functionality. And this is fine, as long as it’s the right 20 percent. To make sure that happens with their analytics software, companies need to take a top-down approach centered on aligning analytics with the company’s overall strategic planning. This, in turn, ensures that your company gets 100% of the value out of the solution without worrying about what percentage of its functionality is actually being put to use.
- Submitted on: Thu, 03.24.2016 10:55pm
- Submitted on: Tue, 12.29.2015 01:06am
Watch this webcast as MITS President, Gary Owen, shares 5 steps for designing dashboards for your business system (e.g., ERP) that not only track performance against company, branch, and individual goals, but that actually get used!
During this webcast, Gary will walk through three dashboard design examples – one to track progress toward eliminating dead stock, one to track the goal of growing revenue by 35%, and a third to track increasing gross margin 1%. You will also learn:
- Submitted on: Sun, 12.06.2015 05:24pm
Partners with HVAC business and technology expert to deliver integration services
SEATTLE, WA, December 6, 2015 - MITS, the leading provider of reporting and business intelligence solutions for distributors, today announced the general availability of the MITS Business Integration Program, designed to expand MITS’ focus on helping distributors drive adoption and integration of analytics across their operation. The new program offers three service tiers to help distributors understand what their data means and how to apply it to daily business decisions.
- Submitted on: Mon, 06.01.2015 07:17pm
- Submitted on: Wed, 05.27.2015 07:30pm
- Submitted on: Sun, 05.17.2015 03:31am
- Submitted on: Tue, 03.31.2015 02:56am
Note: The following blog post was written by guest blogger Andy Weith.
- Submitted on: Thu, 02.19.2015 04:43am
This is the third in a series of blog posts on user adoption considerations for BI implementations. Previously I discussed how to determine who could benefit from BI and what type of information users need. Once we’ve answered these questions our next step is to decide how we’ll get this information into users hands.
- Submitted on: Tue, 02.17.2015 05:39pm
In my previous post about user adoption I talked about how we can determine who will benefit from using business intelligence (BI) at your company.
Once we identify who could benefit it’s time to determine what types of information they need or want. In many BI implementations this is where you start the long arduous task of designing and writing a bunch of reports for everybody in your company.