Business Intelligence

Getting the most out of your data

The CFO’s stakeholders are demanding more insightful and timely management information.

CFOs are increasingly acknowledging how taking control of organization-wide data management, non-financial and financial, can significantly improve the Finance function’s ability to deliver on the stakeholders’ expectations.

Solutions from StraitsBridge

BusinessIntelligenceWe help CFOs get the most value from their BI investments, inspiring confidence that they are getting the insights required to make informed decisions that result that help achieve superior business performance.

Our business and technical professionals leverage their experience with financial institutions in business process management, information management tools, BI best practices, proven methodologies and industry-specific strategies.

We are not tied to vendors of software solutions and therefore offer you an independent view of all the available options

Key Areas of Delivery

Strategic alignment Deliver the right information to support our client’s strategy by understanding their strategic objectives and decision-making processes
Governance Create consistent and accurate performance reporting by identifying who owns, uses and produces information
Performance Management Integrate planning, forecasting, budgeting and reporting to help CFOs focus on the information that matters

 

Integrated Information Management Remove duplication and help achieve accuracy, consistency and integrity of data by truly managing information as an asset

 

Business Intelligence Platform Develop the right toolset to improve decision-making in a cost-effective manner, by understanding how clients use information

 

Infrastructure Develop, implement a secure, flexible, scalable and cost-effective information infrastructure

 


Contact us for more information
Email us: info@straitsbridge.com
Call us on: +65 6408 0501

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The BI Challenge

a) Relevant, reliable and timely data to improve decision-making

b) Enterprise-wide insights on a comparable basis, e.g. consolidated view of customer, product, etc
c) Increased regulatory pressures to provide not only reporting, but analysis of areas of risk as well as potential exposure
d) Reduce time spent on manual reworking of data forecasting or reporting
e) And finally, despite investing in BI, their organization has not achieved an improved understanding of the business or enhanced decision-making ability

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