Every day, your company is faced with hundreds of important decisions, and each and every one of those decisions depends on the right people having the right information at the right times. Yet for most enterprises, compiling, analyzing and disseminating information is an afterthought, performed on an ad hoc basis with no formal procedures or centralized management. That’s why Qrvey has pioneered Intelligent Information Broadcasting, or IIB, to ensure that every decision your company makes can be made with the best information possible.

If your company is like most organizations, getting answers to data-driven problems could come in many forms. For smaller companies, you may be able to find the person with direct access to the information you need and have them simply answer your questions. Or, if you’re lucky, you may be able to gain access to some existing reports and cobble together some of the analysis yourself.

Larger enterprises have tried to solve this problem by having an IT department or a dedicated analytics team to mine the data and generate the answers you need, but you’ll probably need to wait awhile to receive your answers. And if those reports aren’t perfect, you’ll likely wait even longer for revisions.

The problem with most enterprise business intelligence solutions is they’re largely just analytics tools, designed mainly for analysts, and they haven’t given much thought to either collecting and connecting to data, or more importantly, to sharing, distributing and broadcasting their findings to everyone who needs them.

With Intelligent Information Broadcasting, all of your company’s data is connected to Qrvey’s unified data platform, which combines data collection and analysis with powerful automation tools designed to automatically take actions and broadcast information on demand. The Qrvey platform was designed with an “all data accepted” philosophy that works perfectly with structured, semi- and unstructured data, ensuring that all your relevant data is always available for analysis and broadcast. By having a unified system, reports and metrics can be updated the second new data is received. Actions can automatically be taken and systems can be updated instantly. And emails, alerts and notifications can be sent to only those who need to know.

An IIB system also needs to provide information where its most relevant, which is why the entire Qrvey platform was built to be easily embedded into existing systems. Metrics, charts, reports and dashboards can be placed just about anywhere and will always be up to date with the latest information. Embedded widgets can be fully customized for a seamless look and feel with your existing infrastructure.

IIB can also eliminate the IT bottleneck by making analytic and automation services available to everyone via self-service. This can be as simple as allowing users to subscribe and unsubscribe from content as they choose or as elaborate as allowing employees to build their own charts, metrics and reports. Qrvey can even build complete analytic applications, all with the data and user security policies your business requires.

By combining a unified platform, with all of your data, then allowing everyone to access insights via self-service and embedded applications, your company can truly capitalize on having a single, centralized system for intelligently broadcasting information, ensuring that you’ll always be making the best decisions with the best information.

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