(The means of Knowledge)

According to ancients thoughts and scriptures there are six forms of knowledge. Pratyaksha (Perception), Anumana (Inference), Upamana (Comparison), Arthapatti (Postulation), Anupalabdhi (Non-apprehension), and Sabda (Verbal Testimony). In every business there is a great amount perception both internally and externally, which leads to a lot of inferences and comparisons. This further develops into postulation(presumption of a fact) which can lead of negations of facts(non-apprehension), resulting in statements(verbal testimony). The oral or written message being a universal mode of communication, which ideally should convey valid knowledge from authenticated sources and free from defects. This is modern day's Business Intelligence !

Business Intelligence

Business intelligence (BI) and analytics have consistently ranked highly in polls of ‘C’ level executive’s priorities in the past few years and they are growing in importance day by day. An effective business intelligence implementation improve the decision making processes at all levels of management and improve tactical and strategic management processes.

Business Intelligence systems can integrate data from existing application systems or other sources and consolidate them to form a useful information. The summaries of day-to-day operations can be viewed in iPad, Android phone or Desktop/Laptop systems. An organization’s success depends on the speed with which it can forecast changing conditions and adopt strategies to stay ahead in the business. We work with our clients to build their “analytical & decision making capability” at all levels.

Avoid guesses , Take the Right Decision - "Remember" the market is volatile !!!

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