The Business Intelligence Guide
   BI Strategy | BI Program | BI Projects | BI Data | BI Infrastructure | BI User Tools | BI Vendors | Resource Guides | Articles | BI Blog | BIG Bookstore

Get a FREE Sample of the
The Total BI Guide
THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION

and receive the
TLO NEWSLETTER
Just enter your details below

Email:
Name:
 
HOME
 
Business Intelligence
BI Strategy
BI Program Guide
BI Tools
- Dashboards
- Scorecards
- Operational BI
- Analytics
BI Software Solutions
Data Management
Databases
DataWarehouses
Decision Support
Marketing Tools
Industry Solutions
Case Studies
BI Surveys & Awards
RESOURCES
ARTICLES
BI EVENTS
BI NEWS
Sitemap

About the Author

View Gail La Grouw's profile on LinkedIn

Google+ Gail La Grouw

Bookmark and Share

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.

Next: Calculating the Cost of BI Projects

Back To Top

Bookmark and Share
 


EFFECTIVE DASHBOARD DESIGN

Design Secrets to Getting More Value From Performance Dashboard

THE COMPLETE DESIGN GUIDE
Effective Dashboard Design