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Business Analytics And Intelligence

Business Analytics

Business Analytics:

Business Analytics helps on to develop new business insights and understanding of business performance based on data and analytical techniques. It also refers the tools and techniques for continuous exploration and investigation of past business performance insights.

Business Intelligence:

Business Intelligence helps to make better and smarter business decisions faster with an output of analytic processing.

Why Analysis?

Organizations take decisions based on the performed analysis to;

1) Create plans and explore the alternatives

2) Understand Trade-offs

3) Monitor Operational and Financial performance

4) Allocate Capital and Resources

5) Predict Future outcome

6) Monitor/Drive/Improve periodic Operational process

7) Restructuring the Business at scale

8) Plan/Quick respond to changes in business conditions.


I) Financial

1) Credit Risk Analysis:

Assessment of Credit Risk, and especially ensuring accuracy and reliability of credit ratings by mean s of validation is of critical importance to many different market participants motivated by their specific objectives.
2) Market Risk Analysis:

The possibility for an investor to experience losses due to factors that affect the overall performance of the financial markets. Market risk, also called ” systematic risk,” cannot be eliminated through diversification, though it can be hedged against. The risk that a major natural disaster will cause a decline in the market as a whole is an example of market risk. Market Risk is the risk of losses in positions arising from movements in market prices.
3) Operational Risk Analysis:

A form of risk that summarizes the risks a company or firm undertakes when it attempts to operate within a given field or industry. Operational risk is the risk that is not inherent in financial, systematic or market-wide risk. It is the risk remaining after determining financing and systematic risk, and includes risks resulting from breakdowns in internal procedures, people and systems.

II) Industrial

1) Forecast Risk Management:

Forecast risk management helps to come to an objective assessment of the optimism contained within subsidiaries’ year-end forecasts. This provides a compelling visual analysis that subsidiaries can use themselves to improve their forecasting accuracy, reducing profit volatility and substantially improving the chances of meeting annual profit goals.
2) Margin Improvement:

This helps to see numbers in spreadsheet reports to identify underlying trends. This enables the management to identify potential turning points and ensure to commit corrective actions to improve margins before fundamental decline starts on.
3) Turning Point Analysis:

Graphical representation of moving annual trends enables turning points in performance to be immediately identified and corrective action taken, by bringing forward restructuring plans for under-performing business units.
4) Working Capital Optimisation:

Working capital is a financial metric that represents the operational liquidity of a business, organization, or other entity. Positive working capital is required to ensure that a firm is able to continue its operations and has sufficient funds to satisfy both maturing short-term debt and upcoming operational expenses.Conventional accounting schedules mask the actual cause and effect relationships but by using graphics and animations to bring out the fundamental dynamics, line managers can commit to solutions that increase cash generation, reduce the interest burden and improve profitability.
5) Process Roadmapping:

Include simple forecasts, scenarios, strategy, and plans, but go beyond such tools in three ways: 1) they emerge in a collaboration network of multidisciplinary and competing experts, 2) they emphasize uncertainties and challenges as much as probable and preferred futures, and 3) they have long-term time horizons (commonly 5 to 15 years is common) by comparison to traditional forecasts and plans.
Technology roadmaps seek to guide technology development toward the goals of the community involved in the roadmapping process. Narrower goals include maximizing desired feature sets, general technical capacity, robustness, and functional efficiency. Broader goals include maximizing economic benefit, ethical or socially responsible development, and minimizing adverse environmental impact.

III) Technology

1) Product and Customer Lifecycle Analysis:

This helps to lessen the environmental impacts of products and services by guiding the decision-making process. For companies, designers, and governments, life cycle assessment represents a decision-making aid tool for implementing sustainable development. We equip to better understand the dependence of the business on product and customers at each stage of the growth, maturity and decline phases of the lifecycle, catalysing strategic decision-making.
2) Sales Pipeline and Order Analysis:

Sales Managers – individual sales staff and the owners of small businesses to quantify the demand for their products and services. Regardless of what you’re selling, by effectively managing your sales pipeline, you can smooth out customer demand and create a more stable sales cycle with more reliable results. We provide you with top-down visibility into the sales pipeline and order book to provide insight into the reliability of future revenues and help you accelerate resource planning decisions.

IV) Retail Analysis:

1) Sales Trend Analysis:

Sales patterns of customer segments indicate market trends. Upward and downward trends in sales signify new market trends. Time-series predictive modeling can be used to identify market trends embedded in changes of sales revenues. Understanding of sales trends is important for marketing as well as for customer retention. We provide executives with top-down retail insight into the underlying sales and margin trends by product, customer, channel and other distinctions.
2) Store Portfolio Performance:

We help you to benchmark the performance of individual stores against their peers (defined by geography, store size and format, customer demographic and other distinctions) across a wide range of performance measures. Outliers can be readily identified and performance improvement plans developed by learning from identified best practice.
3) Market Analysis:

Provide insightful intelligence on all aspects (competitors, pricing, business model, legal etc.) of your business. Will enable you to position your business for maximum success. Assist you in determining what your customers really want, what they will pay and why they will use your product or service. The following questions will help you to analyse what industry your product or service is part of, key players, trends and new developments.
Detail the value chain in the industry
Who are the most important players in this value chain?
Where will your product or service be positioned in this value chain?
What are the trends & important recent developments in the industry?
What are the barriers to entry?
And barriers to growth?
Do you need to obtain regulatory approval from any organisations to operate in this industry?
4) Competitor Analysis:

Helps to effectively gain an understanding of the market you are preparing to enter, it is vital to have an in depth knowledge of your competitors. The better that you understand the competition, the more effective the strategies you can make to compete with them. Analyse the competitive landscape and which companies or products your business competes against you need to work through the following questions and tasks. List your competitors (direct and indirect) both locally and internationally.
Who is the market leader? Why? What market share do they have?
What are their strengths & weaknesses? How could your product, process or service, take advantage of this?

5) KPI Analysis:

We help you align the executive team’s understanding of the drivers that impact commercial value and how these relate to selected KPIs. Interactive management dashboards deliver rapid, actionable insight concerning the core drivers of value within the business through that place KPIs within their retail business context.

V) Others

1) Construction
2) Distribution
3) Optimization
4) Healthcare
5) Hospitals
6) Hotels
7) Patent Landscape and Analysis
8) Transportation