Business intelligence (BI) is a way to reveal actionable insights into your data. If you keep a sales spreadsheet and do forecasts, you’re already practicing BI on a limited scale. If you ever wonder about the “why” behind your spreadsheets, you need BI to help you understand the drivers powering the numbers you see. And if you need BI, you need a modern solution that enables you to generate expertly authored, stunning reports; visualize results; and share those results. You need to be able to ask questions of your data in plain language and get answers you can understand.
Reading through Chapter One of your recommended textbook, you will understand what exactly the above phrase is talking about. Go ahead and write about three solid paragraphs giving or adding meanings to the above phrase.
Reference: Sharda, R., Delen, Dursun, and Turban, E. (2020). Analytics, Data Science, & Artificial Intelligence: Systems for Decision Support. 11th Edition. By PEARSON Education. Inc. ISBN-13: 978-0-13-519201-6
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University of Cumberland’s bookmark Business Intelligence
Please let it be accurate and no plagarism please. If you can refer the text book might be helpful
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