Why organizations are moved to Business Intelligence:

Business intelligence and the development of an intelligent learning organization represent a popular trend in many public and private sector organizations.

Intelligence is the ability to learn, to understand or to deal with new or trying situations; the skilled use of reason; the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment or to think abstractly.

Business intelligence involves the integration of core information with relevant contextual information to detect significant events and illuminate cloudy issues. It includes the ability to monitor business trends, to evolve and adapt quickly as situations change and to make intelligent business decisions on uncertain judgments and contradictory information. If organizations are moving into business intelligence scenarios as a major initiative, they must understand the need for and value of a high-quality data resource.

Organizational knowledge is information that is of significance to the organization, is combined with experience and understanding and is retained. It is information in context with respect to understanding what is relevant and significant to business issues. It is analysis, reflection and synthesis about what information means to the business and how it can be used to advantage.

The quality of the total data resource in most public and private sector organizations is low by reason of its disparity. A low-quality disparate data resource cannot provide high-quality information and cannot adequately support business intelligence. All data must be inventoried, understood and integrated within common data architecture to adequately support a business for better performance achievements.

So the organizations are want to move BI platform for better business results and high quality of data maintaining for future generation.