Companies have always struggled to calculate the ROI of their BI investments, as demonstrated again in the results of this year's The BI Survey 9. In most cases, BI adopters are realizing "soft" ROI (faster and more accurate reporting, improvements in the decision-making process, increased productivity, etc.), but concrete ROI (cost reductions, higher revenues) remains difficult to quantify. In many cases, return on investment is never calculated simply because the project owners/managers don't have the knowledge required to a perform the analysis.
If you're being asked to justify your business intelligence spend as 2010 comes to a close, arcplan invites you to a must-attend webinar next week: Calculating ROI for Business Intelligence Projects.
This webinar is a blueprint for calculating the ROI for your business intelligence project. During the presentation, ROI analysis will be presented as a simple-to-use methodology with Excel-based templates. We'll take participants step by step through the tough questions to ask during the analysis. Case studies from several organizations will be presented and common BI ROI justifications like "better reporting" will be dissected from a true business value perspective.
|Date:||Wednesday, November 3rd|
|Time:||2:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern (New York City time)|
|Speaker:||Dwight deVera, Senior Vice President|
I hope you can join us!