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business intelligence portal

A corporate portal that enables users to query and produce reports on enterprise-wide databases. The term was coined by Information Advantage, makers of the MyEureka software, which was the first to combine BI software with a corporate portal. See portal, MyEureka and BI software.
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Additionally, QAD said its Enterprise Applications module with three main components: QAD BI Data Warehouse, BI Module(s) and the QAD BI Portal will provide MAUSER with easy access to consolidated performance-based data from different sources in the enterprise and a complete solution for key decision makers.
Enterprise 6 also provides enhancements to the BI portal, an information delivery component of the platform.
BusinessObjects Info View Mobile 4.1, is an enhanced version of the company's mobile BI portal which enables mobile workers to access key corporate information from their cellular phones, wireless handhelds and personal digital assistant (PDA) devices.
Both PowerPlay and Cognos Query ship with the BI portal, security and meta data services.
Business Objects subsequently released two updates to the wireless BI portal to work with additional mobile standards, providing anyone with a wireless internet enabled phone or modem equipped PDA in the US, Europe or Japan with access to corporate information from the road.
The company makes business intelligence query and reporting software and also launched the first BI portal, called MyEureka, which gives users access, through a browser, to all a company's BI applications.
As Nandita Nityanandam, Business Development Manager puts it, “Investments are brought in with lots of information and data available, so that one can build analytics cubes and BI portals to make business sense from raw data.
BI portals are exceptionally difficult to build and maintain, and they lack the ability to set context and deliver the multidirectional functions that can topple the organizational stovepipes of traditional business.