OVERVIEW

Business intelligence is a powerful way by which organizations can transform raw data into useful data using various tools and techniques which can be used for business analysis.It is a highly technology driven process which helps business to take informed decisions.

GCT provides all useful info at one place in the form of dashboards.This will help organizations gain more insights across various data sets and drive better results in every aspect of business.

Without big data, you are blind and deaf and in the middle of a freeway.

- Geoffrey Moore -

OUR SERVICES

  • Combine BI and analytics framework

    GCT analytics framework defines the people, processes and platforms that need to be integrated and aligned to take a more strategic approach to business intelligence (BI), analytics and performance management (PM) initiatives.

  • Define strategy/ Solution architecture

    Our offerings include consulting and development services to help clients define their strategy and solution architecture.

  • Data extraction

    With the right data extraction and BI platforms working on their behalf, business today can see all the hidden information on their BI dashboard in fascinating images and in vivid colors.

  • Data clean up and transformation

    We are able to ensure high data quality, and we will be able to retain the pristine data that we put into the system.

  • Data Warehouse Setup

    We combine our deep expertise in IT business processes, advanced analytic techniques and development of real-world applications and we are perfectly positioned to create Data Warehouse.

  • Database Management

    GCT has an expertise for Data Management which is designed through extensive research of experts.

  • Create dashboards

    GCT has a BI dashboard product that include a customizable interface and the ability to pull real-time data from multiple sources.

  • Reporting and Data visualization

    Our Data visualization and Reporting tools help provide clients best services.

  • Customized Portals / websites

    We offer services like customized Portal/websites to help our clients understand the world of analytics.

MARKET TRENDS

Business intelligence, or BI, is an umbrella term that refers to a variety of software applications used to analyze an organization’s raw data. BI as a discipline is made up of several related activities, including data mining, online analytical processing, querying and reporting.


Companies use BI to improve decision making, cut costs and identify new business opportunities. BI is more than just corporate reporting and more than a set of tools to coax data out of enterprise systems. CIOs use BI to identify inefficient business processes that are ripe for re-engineering.


With today’s BI tools, business folks can jump in and start analysing data themselves, rather than wait for IT to run complex reports. This democratization helps users back up—with hard numbers—business decisions that would otherwise be based only on gut feelings and anecdotes.


The BI Market is expected to reach $20.8 billion by 2018, at an estimated CAGR of 8.3% from 2013 to 2018.


A broad range of applications for BI has helped companies rack up impressive ROI figures. Business intelligence has been used to identify cost-cutting ideas, uncover business opportunities, roll ERP data into accessible reports, react quickly to retail demand and optimize prices.


Besides making data accessible, BI software can give companies more leverage during negotiations by making it easier to quantify the value of relationships with suppliers and customers.


Within the walls of the enterprise, there are plenty of opportunities to save money by optimizing business processes and focusing decisions. BI yields significant ROI when it sheds light on business bloopers. For example, employees of the city of Albuquerque used BI software to identify opportunities to cut cell phone usage, overtime and other operating expenses, saving the city $2 million during three years. Likewise, with the help of BI tools, Toyota realized it had been double-paying its shippers to the tune of $812,000 in 2000. Companies that use BI to uncover flawed business processes are in a much better position to successfully compete than companies that use BI merely to monitor what's happening.


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