Business Intellegence

Business intelligence leader – a job description

Clients often ask me to help define their job description for a business intelligence (BI) leader, executive, or manager. Here’s what I typically provide:

Our research on Agile BI organizational structures is a good starting point.
Because that report doesn’t include a deep dive into individual job descriptions or salaries, you can refer to some great external resources from TDWI and Robert Half International.

Finally, here’s a description of a senior BI architect/manager/executive that I’ve used in the past. I would love to hear from everyone on what’s missing, what can be added, changed, etc.

Job title:Director/manager/VP of business intelligence

Reports to: Chief operations officer, chief strategy officer, chief information officer, chief financial officer (more popular in the past than the present) or some of the newer titles such as chief customer officer, chief data officer, or chief analytics officer.

Job description: The director/manager/VP of BI has

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Business Intelligence Jobs, Employment – June 2020

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Confidential Revenue Cycle Company

Providence County, RI

Remote work available

$90,000 – $120,000 a year

Revenue Cycle Management: 5 years


  • Healthcare Revenue Cycle Billing company looking for a Business Intelligence/Reporting Director to build human and technological infrastructure in order to…

$51,000 – $90,000 a year

  • Collaborates with product stakeholders and business analysts to ensure business intelligence solutions align with business requirements.

Bar Harbor, ME 04609

Remote work available

  • Presents business cases to Senior Management alongside top business stakeholders.
  • Responsible for establishing service level agreements that align with business…

Maryland Heights, MO 63043

  • Thought leader who has ability to understand the business, customer’s needs and provide solutions.
  • It is a high-profile position with significant autonomy and…

Madison, WI 53717 (Junction Ridge area)

  • Knowledge of business intelligence concepts, SAP BW, Webi and/or Crystal reporting experience.
  • Maintain, support, and enhance the business intelligence backend…
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Business Intelligence Jobs, Employment – May 2020

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Confidential Revenue Cycle Company

Providence County, RI

Remote work available

$90,000 – $120,000 a year

Revenue Cycle Management: 5 years


  • Healthcare Revenue Cycle Billing company looking for a Business Intelligence/Reporting Director to build human and technological infrastructure in order to…

Cleveland, OH 44115 (Downtown area)

  • Two years of relevant experience in report development, data science, business analytics, business intelligence.
  • Mentoring and coaching to help you advance.

Tredence Inc.

San Bruno, CA

$100,000 – $130,000 a year

  • Engage with clients and business partners to understand their requirement, identify their challenges.
  • Ability to solve complex business problem through a blend…

$65,000 – $80,000 a year

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  • SSIS Report Writing and Development.
  • SQL Report Writing and Development.
  • Understanding of the QA Process is preferred.
  • Strong customer service skills and the ability to interact well with business users.
  • Develop and maintain security, disaster recovery
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See Top 10 Analytics & Business Intelligence Trends For 2020

Business intelligence trends for 2020 by datapine

Over the past decade, business intelligence has been revolutionized. Data exploded and became big. We all gained access to the cloud. Spreadsheets finally took a backseat to actionable and insightful data visualizations and interactive business dashboards. The rise of self-service analytics democratized the data product chain. Suddenly advanced analytics wasn’t just for the analysts.

2019 was a particularly major year for the business intelligence industry. The trends we presented last year will continue to play out through 2020. But the BI landscape is evolving and the future of business intelligence is played now, with emerging trends to keep an eye on. In 2020, BI tools and strategies will become increasingly customized. Businesses of all sizes are no longer asking if they need increased access to business intelligence analytics but what is the best BI solution for their specific business. Companies are no longer wondering if data visualizations improve analyses but

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Connected with the biggest event in the world, more than 6.000 people connected, in this quarantine our company continues to grow… do you know why? Because we have
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On-Premise Reporting, KPIs & Dashboard | Data Analytics | Business Intelligence

IntelliFront BI™ is a browser-based Data Analytics & Business Intelligence solution that saves you time and money by creating & sharing your Reports, KPIs & Dashboards in a single easy-to-use portal. Quickly create static & real-time reports in the browser-based admin module and easily share them with management & stakeholders in their secure user portal. 

Designed with on-premise implementation in mind, it comes with Active Directory Integration, Single Sign On & 2-Factor Authentication as standard. Coupled with its built-in Application Security, IntelliFront BI allows you to collaborate & share reports with external users without compromising your security policies. 

Integration with ChristianSteven’s scheduling suite allows you to automate the export and delivery of reports in standard formats like PDF, CSV & XML to a variety of destinations like Email, Printer, FAX, Folder, Google Sheets, Google Drive, Sharepoint Dropbox, Slack & more.

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Beautiful Dashboards with IntelliFront BI

Video: See how this dashboard was created

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Post-COVID-19: Business Intelligence Market-Tuning Your Use Case Strategy for Competitive Advantage In 2025

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May 20, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The Global Business Intelligence Market was valued at USD 17.15 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 147.19 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 26.98% from 2017 to 2025.

Business Intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. BI encompasses a wide variety of tools, that enable organizations to collect data from internal systems and external sources, prepare it for analysis, develop and run queries against that data, and create reports for better decision making process. Benefits of business intelligence include – improve efficiency, better inventory management, identify new revenue opportunities, and get insights to make accurate and timely business decisions.

The Final Report will cover the impact analysis of COVID-19 on this industry:

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Business Intelligence Course (17 Courses Bundle, Online Certification)

About Business Intelligence Certification Course

Course No. of Hours
BI – Business Intelligence 14h 51m
Business Intelligence using Microsoft Excel 5h 1m
Business Intelligence with Tableau 5h 47m
BIP – Business Intelligence Publisher using Siebel 2h 22m
Analytics using Tableau 9h 03m
Projects on R and Tableau – Customer Analytics 2h 11m
Projects on R and Tableau – Pricing Analytics 2h 02m
Project on R – Card Purchase Prediction 2h 31m
Comprehensive Course on R 4h 1m
Project – Predictive Modeling using Minitab 16h 11m
Project – Predictive Modeling using SPSS 13h 32m
Project on SAS – Predictive Modeling with SAS Enterprise Miner 9h 35m
SAS Features for Starters 1h 54m
Predictive Modeling Training 2h 2m
Data Science with Python 4h 22m
Big Data and Hadoop Training | Online Hadoop Course 2h 5m
Hadoop Architecture and HDFS 6h 24m
Oracle SQL 18h 6m

Course Name Online Business Intelligence Training Course
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What Makes Microsoft a Business Intelligence Leader?

Business Intelligence

The business intelligence (BI) solutions provided by Microsoft help any organizations transform data into intelligent, easy-to-understand visualizations that are surfaced wherever decisions are made. Using these solutions organizations can create amassing data-exploration experiences that look and work like the other Microsoft technologies one uses every day so they can get started quickly. They can also avail the perks of the library of data connectors to access popular cloud and on-premises sources such as Excel, SharePoint, Azure SQL Database, Dynamics 365, and Salesforce and add others.


Potential Benefits of BI Services

Microsoft’s BI solutions enable organizations to prepare and model data with ease through built-in automation and intelligence. They can bring their data to life through hundreds of data visualizations, AI-powered features, and branding options so their report fits the users. BI solutions offered by the tech giant serves everyone in an organization—from business analysts and BI professionals to business users—powerful,

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Business Intelligence Software Market Size

Industry Insights

The global business intelligence software market size was valued at USD 24.9 billion in 2018 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 10.1% from 2019 to 2025. Large organizations have adopted the “Big Data” approach to organize internal and external datasets. Owing to technological proliferation, and growing usage of IoT and analytics, companies can now track and compile behavioral data with a clear purpose.

Business intelligence software enables businesses to make informed decisions based on logical facts involving market trends and consumer buying patterns. For instance, data exists in a number of systems across the large organization as they own CRM and ERP applications. Hence, the primary step to utilize BI is to prepare an inventory of the data produced by the business. Furthermore, the increasing adoption of data analytics in end use industries to analyze the data and make more informed business decisions is expected to

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