Business Intelligence – Improving Performance of Reengineering Project
Traditional competitive intelligence solutions are typically one-sided. Intelligence firms deliver either technology tools to facilitate the intelligence process, independent research deliverables that supplement internal analysis or general consulting to guide the process. Once the solution or report is delivered, the firm is on his own, to piece together these cookie-cutter components into an effective, integrated business intelligence function. The task of reengineering project is to produce intelligence - a unique combination of hardware, software, communications, information and human - and process facts and judgements, opinions and evidence through the complex calculus of human reasoning. It make the chaotic intelligible, the inchoate coherent and the disorganised clear-cut. In the course of a year, it will gather and evaluate millions of different pieces of information, improving reengineering project. They will organise each information element into one or more of more than 3,000 distinct categories and select the most salient items for distribution to the consumers who depend upon their work. The specific information may vary from day to day, but the results always have the impeccable, clock-like precision and reliability.
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- Hammer, Michael & Champy, James, 1993. "Reengineering the corporation: A manifesto for business revolution," Business Horizons, Elsevier, vol. 36(5), pages 90-91.
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