A Business Intelligence Competency Center can help you maximize your ROI.

Chances are, you’ve already invested time and effort in implementing BI tools and processes in your organization. However, if you’re like many companies, the real impact of your investment may be less than desired. There may be wasted efforts, steeper than necessary learning curves, inconsistent priorities from different functions or business units, difficulty complying with security and privacy policies and inconsistent use of data for decision-making.

Creating a BICC is not a ‘one-size fits all’ proposition. Claraview helps assess and analyze a customer’s existing BI infrastructure/environment against best practices captured from hundreds of BI engagements, and then assists in organizing a BICC that is customized for that organization.

  • Common Challenges

    Program governance that is lacking, or reporting functions that are inconsistently deployed.

    Users throughout the organization building reports and conducting analysis from siloed sources without inter-department coordination.

    Multiple BI tools being used, with little or no management of the overall BI investment.

    Business users and IT staffs becoming frustrated with each other’s role in the process.

  • Value Delivered

    Create a realistic scope for your BICC.

    Conduct effective change management activities.

    Define roles, processes and targeted standards based on industry best practices.

    Develop and implement a roll-out plan for the new BICC.

    Staff your BICC with employees skilled in data migration, data management, BI solution development and analytical application support.


"What does the competition do better than Claraview? Nothing."

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The Claraview Solution:

At Claraview, we recommend taking an approach to BI deployment that includes the implementation of a centralized function of business and IT professionals who together constitute a Business Intelligence Competency Center. The BICC acts as a ‘hub’ for development, implementation, governance and support for BI functions. In most organizations, these functions include architecture and design, data management, BI methodologies, skills, tools, metadata, models, organizational alignment, advanced analytics and data warehouse performance. The BICC also lets you use your data far more effectively and, as a result, gives you the return on investment you may be missing.