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The Roles In Business Intelligence


The BI Project Roles include:

  • BI Strategist: Defines the BI Program, the BI Policy, BI Governance, Data Governance and BI Portfolio. This is done in partnership with the business.
  • Business Users: Explore all 5 styles of BI — Scorecards and Dashboards, Enterprise Reporting, OLAP Analysis, Advanced and Predictive Analysis, and Alerts and Proactive Notification — integrated into a seamless reporting, analysis, and monitoring experience for fact-based decisions. Understand how to use BI applications to drive strategy and operational efficiency.
  • BI Project or Application Managers: Turn business users’ requirements into insightful BI applications, while maintaining the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO).
  • Analysts: Investigate enterprise data with easy to use analytical techniques such as pivot, drill, sort, prompting, on-the-fly metric creation, report filtering, ad hoc report creation, and more.
  • Report Authors: Design and refine scorecards, dashboards, enterprise reports, and OLAP reports — with what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) ease.
  • BI Developers: Create the crucial and reusable report building blocks that business users, analysts, and report authors use: KPIs, metrics, data filters, prompts, time series calculations and many more.
  • BI Architects: Model the business into easy to understand objects such as business dimensions, business attributes, and facts to eliminate database table, schema, and naming complexity.
  • Administrators: Manage enterprise BI applications for thousands of users using real-time system monitoring, historical operating information, and comprehensive security.

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