The Business Continuum

| August 30, 2016

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Just as managers ask questions all along the business continuum, BI is responsible for answering those questions along the business continuum. Reports, queries, and analyses can all answer operational, tactical, or strategic questions. An operational report may simply list customer names and addresses and answer the operational question, “Who are our customers?”

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