Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence

Turn raw information into actionable data that can guide your decisions

How Warehousing Your Data Fuels Better Business Intelligence

The goal of your digital transformation is to improve your company’s efficiency, increase agility, and drive more value throughout your organization. Data warehousing and business intelligence are important pieces of that puzzle, since both play a key role in helping you make better, more profitable decisions.

What is data warehousing?

Over the years, businesses will collect a wide range of data from all kinds of sources. But if that information isn’t stored in a single, accessible database, it can be hard to access and analyze. Data warehousing is the practice of gathering data into one central database, as the first step in making better decisions.

How does data warehousing enable business intelligence?

It’s hard to make smart decisions if you don’t have the full picture. Data warehousing ensures you have access to all available information. This becomes the foundation of business intelligence, which is the process of turning data into actionable insights.

Data warehousing and business intelligence

What are the benefits of business intelligence?

Business intelligence reduces the complexity of your data, while also improving accessibility. By equipping your company with the right, relevant information, you improve productivity and do better work.

You’ll also be smarter: Business intelligence allows you to spot trends in the market before others do, helps you identify the right course of action, and prevents mistakes when you’re making decisions. If you’ve been looking for a competitive advantage, business intelligence is the right place to start.


Why Power BI and Tableau Are the Right Tools to Unlock Your Business Intelligence

Ntiva uses industry-leading tools like Power BI and Tableau to unlock the secrets hidden inside your data. These complementary platforms are two important business intelligence technologies, designed to help your business collect, integrate, analyze, and present information. Together, they help you to visualize and make sense of your data so it can help drive your business decisions.

Our expertise and experience mean we can help you get the most from both platforms to overcome your biggest business challenges.

Let’s take a closer look at each platform.


Power BI is a data analysis engine

Power BI

Power BI is Microsoft’s business intelligence solution, and a powerful tool for analysis. This platform can take your raw data and help you perform a deep analysis while extracting important insights.

You can also use Power BI to visualize data and share it however you choose across departments within your organization. This helps ensure everyone is on the same page when you make business decisions.



Tableau helps you see data more clearly


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While Power BI does offer data visualization, Tableau offers a more robust suite of options. It can manage the flow of your data and turn it into actionable information. Better yet, you can use Tableau to create a range of different visualizations and even make them interactive.

When data just sits in a spreadsheet, it can be difficult to tease out the meaning. Tools like Tableau help you to see the data more clearly and understand what it all means.

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