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BI Roadmap

A clear path forward

Every business needs a plan to reach its goals. The same is true for building a system to meet the information goals critical to an organization's decision making.

Yomari's Business Intelligence Roadmap is just that - a point-by-point, step-by-step guide that encompasses technology, systems, people and business needs that ensures you will get the maximum value and competitive advantage from your enterprise data warehouse (EDW) and BI implementation.

Yomari will help your business create a personalized Business Intelligence Roadmap by interviewing your business users to determine their business and technology needs, assessing your current systems, and comparing where your company is currently to where you want to go. We will present you with a document that will guide you through the process of building a world-class data warehouse from where you are right now. Also included in the Roadmap are comparisons of what your peers and competitors have done so that you can keep a competitive advantage in the market. Your Roadmap can be constantly updated and referred to throughout the process to see the progress you have made towards achieving your business intelligence and data warehouse goals.

Yomari’s roadmap will:

  • Map IT and business tactical information needs to larger business priorities, goals and strategies
  • Focus IT and business users on connecting their individual pieces to the broader company strategy
  • Document technical requirements for integrating and accessing all centralized, relevant data across the enterprise, regardless of the functional area or system
  • Document new hardware and/or software that may be needed
  • Document new database and OLAP tool requirements
  • Provide high-level architecture definition and configuration
  • Identify functional area opportunities to start development as part of a phased approach, and provide a step-by-step to guide to development and delivery in an integrated fashion
  • Identify potential risks of the BI implementation as well as strategies to mitigate them