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What's the point with KPIs and BI? Read this blog post to learn more about the power and responsibility that comes with business intelligence.

Author: Dave Kornegay

What is Business Intelligence? The term "business intelligence", or "BI", has grown in popularity in recent years. The popularity of the term has revolved around technology solutions (e.g., SAS, Qlik, Tableau, Domo) and more companies have joined into …

Author: Dave Kornegay

Keeping a finger on the pulse of what is happening in and around locations, equipment, contractors and employees can seem a daunting task. In addition to managing property, people and projects, emphasis has grown for reporting and insight into what is …

Author: Dave Kornegay

The Facilities Manager always seems to be that person in the organization who knows everything and everyone. His or her typical day is spent bouncing around between a variety of meetings, while juggling scenarios ranging from the simple burnt lightbulbs …

Author: Dave Kornegay
Interview with District 49
  • 11/21/2016

On our recent webinar, over 75% of attendees indicated they think a business intelligence tool would be useful or very useful to their institution and could help with maintenance and operations. On our recent webinar, Numbers that Matter: The Power of …

Author: Sam Zippin
How to apply your KPIs to improve operations – recap of our business intelligence webinar

In last week’s webinar, Numbers that Matter: The Power of Business Intelligence in Education , 90% of attendees indicated they use operational Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), such as facilities and technology operations metrics and 70% use financial …

Author: Sam Zippin
The Power of Business Intelligence for Schools

A recent survey of educational institutions conducted by SchoolDude found that operations’ professionals greatest pain point is a lack of reporting to prove what work has been performed or completed. This pain was greater than lack of time, lack of staff …

Author: Sam Zippin
How the cloud levels the playing field

In business, nearly any software or solution implemented is in the cloud, or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Which begs the question – are we seeing the same trend toward cloud computing in education? According to a recent article by eSchoolNews, the …

Author: Sam Zippin
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