Business Intelligence is fast becoming one of the most important tools for gathering, storing, analysing, and providing access to data to help enterprise users make better business decisions.
So how important is Business Intelligence to you? In a world dominated and largely controlled by computer technology, it should be very important. But what does it mean to you, and how does it all come together?
One way is in the means by which workspace is used in any organisation, and how Business Intelligence is linked with different types of report. Let’s look at Operational Reports.
An Operational Report refers to how people perform their daily tasks: who requires workspace, how they use it, what bookings are made and what services are required. Different departments of any organisation naturally have different needs, depending on whether they are involved with, for example, catering and AV, reception staff, central reservation teams, or financial people. All benefit from comprehensive Operational Reports.
At one time it was enough that reports be stored in a database with a separate paper-based diary. Today, with different reports needed for different areas of business, the complications of Operational Reporting are simplified with scheduling software like Rendezvous Workspace from NFS Technology Group.
It is imperative that Reports generated in your Scheduling Tool are versatile, meaning that reports can be exported to a variety of formats – like PDF, Word and Excel – at the click of a button. In this way, for example, an export charge-back report can be output to Excel for manipulation before importing into a finance application.
Rendezvous Workspace, the powerful scheduling software from NFS Technology Group, allows you to do all this and more.