Quantum Business Intelligence (QBI) is a dynamic UK company, specializing in business process optimization and technology enablement. We assist companies in reviewing their operations and processes, and then streamlining their systems to enhance their business agility as well as to bring together their disparate forms of data with easy to use tools, allowing business decision makers to make better decisions faster.
Whether your sales team needs to be re-structured, manufacturing inefficiencies need to be addressed, or your relationship with your customers needs to be improved, or if you are having challenges with stock and orddering,
QBI can assist by combining expert knowledge with relevant real-world experience.
Our mission is to deliver positive change to our clients' organizations through our in-depth understanding of business processes, our proven, methodical approach and our dedicated team of astute professionals.
QBI transforms businesses through management and process change, and the relevant application of cutting-edge technology.
With our assistance, organizations can become focused, efficient entities with productive, loyal employees and a growing bottom line.
Smart Business, Intelligent Solutions.
Why Quantum Business Intelligence
Quantum BI specialise in Business Intelligence based on Microsoft products. As we have a wealth of experience in implementing business intelligence solutions - with projects covering all the major industry sectors we can also implement “best of breed” solutions for clients.
These solutions cover a number of key business topics:
- * Customer Relationship Management,
- * Marketing Campaigns,
- * Corporate Performance Management
- * Financial Reporting.
How should I implement a BI system?
When charting a course for BI, companies should first analyze the way they make decisions and consider the information that executives need to facilitate more confident and more rapid decision-making, as well as how they'd like that information presented to them (for example, as a report, a chart, online, hard copy). Discussions of decision making will drive what information companies need to collect, analyze and publish in their BI systems.
Good BI systems need to give context. It's not enough that they report sales were X yesterday and Y a year ago that same day. They need to explain what factors influencing the business caused sales to be X one day and Y on the same date the previous year.
Like so many technology projects, BI won’t yield returns if users feel threatened by, or are skeptical of, the technology and refuse to use it as a result. And when it comes to something like BI, which, when implemented strategically, ought to fundamentally change how companies operate and how people make decisions, CIOs need to be extra attentive to users' feelings.
Seven steps to rolling out BI systems:
1. Make sure your data is clean.
2. Train users effectively.
3. Deploy quickly, then adjust as you go. Don't spend a huge amount of time up front developing the "perfect"
reports because needs will evolve as the business evolves. Deliver reports that provide the most value
quickly, and then tweak them.
4. Take an integrated approach to building your data warehouse from the beginning. Make sure you're not
locking yourself into an unworkable data strategy further down the road.
5. Define ROI clearly before you start. Outline the specific benefits you expect to achieve, then do a reality
check every quarter or six months.
6. Focus on business objectives.
7. Don't buy business intelligence software because you think you need it. Deploy BI with the idea that there
are numbers out there that you need to find, and know roughly where they might be.