The purpose of business intelligence (BI) is to monitor and ultimately control business productivity and health. You can use BI to optimize your organization’s efficiency as well as enhance organizational growth. A classic and popular BI application is to monitor financial health. BI financial applications also let you publish quarterly reports, thereby satisfying financial reporting obligations.
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