Leverage Your Data
Measuring the ROI for BI technology acquisitions is seen as a key management process that many companies ignore because calculations can be complex. New BI investments generally have direct, indirect and related expenses, so calculating the appropriate investment can be tricky. Calculating benefits and return is also a challenge. Once again, IT projects generally have both tangible and intangible benefits. And many of the benefits may not be easily assigned a monetary value. To top that, many CIOs and BI leaders face the challenge of utilizing existing BI infrastructure rather than buying a new one.
Healthcare organizations and healthcare tech solution providers can maximize BI ROI with innovative and optimal usage of existing BI infrastructure with the right approach. emids looks into exploring each of these areas in their latest white paper, "Making BI Effective".