Critical Software will promote a Business Intelligence Seminar in Mozambique
10 Oct 2012
Critical Software - a company specialized in the delivery of reliable solutions for critical information systems – will promote a Seminar entitled “An Integrated Approach to Business Intelligent Projects” on the 17th of October 2012, at the Hotel VIP Grand Maputo, in Mozambique.
This seminar addresses the new challenges that large organizations are encountering on Business Intelligence (BI) that may allow a significant increase in the processes of decision-making. Thus, this seminar will focus on broad themes such as: the structured adoption of business intelligence architectures and solutions; the different models of implementation (project structure); models of operation (governance); architectures for the different challenges (Strategic, Tactical and Operational) and research conducted by Critical Software in the areas of Data Analytics and Data Mining.
In recent years, Mozambique has been showing a strong economic growth, which is reflected in changes in the market that need to be addressed in an effective and structured way (increased competition, organizations complexity, among others). The business issues to which the organizations must respond to are changing, becoming more and more complex and with a shorter duration. In this context, several organizations still face a number of challenges, as the lack of a unified and reliable vision of information, too much manual and lengthy effort for data processing, devaluation of relevant information requirements capture for the decision-making.
In this context, and in order to meet the challenges of this nature, solutions / architectures of business intelligence (BI) that may allow a significant increase in the processes of decision-making are nowadays frequently used, as well as establishing a management common language and serve as a medium of communication within the organization. However, the operation of BI solutions is not easy and should contemplate an articulated vision among business issues, frameworks and methodologies to be adopted, as well as technical requirements – these are the themes to be addressed in this seminar.
The opening session, at 8:30am, will be chaired by Rui Pereira de Melo, Managing Director at Critical Software, to be followed by presentations dedicated to themes such as “Structured BI Adoption, Governance and Project Structure”, “BI Architecture” and “Data Mining and Data Analytic R&D” – some case studies will also be revealed (Banking, Government, Health, Energy, Telecommunications).
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