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Full Range of Analytics (BI Platform) Services

Analytics (BI Platform) Overview

We can help your business capitalize on the power of data analytics and reach your strategic goals with business intelligence (BI) services including strategy optimization and forecasting, performance research and trends exploration, budget projection and financial planning, customer analytics and advanced reporting and much more.

The right business intelligence analytics solution empowers businesses to make smart and quick decisions. Through state-of-the-art business intelligence and data insights solutions, RayCom Technologies helps client’s data analysts and data scientists to use data and related resources in real time. This allows them to visualize and update transactional data sets, apply prescriptive and predictive analytics, and report both historical and current information. 


Other Applications Analytics (BI Platform)

With embedded BI modules, all the critical data is accessible and available within one enterprise BI service, due to consolidated analytics tools and reporting features. We work with platform-based business intelligence solutions to deliver actionable insights from big data. Our experts modify modules and plugins developed by third-party vendors and integrate them into the enterprise’s BI solutions for infrastructure management.

Choice & Flexibility

Using Our technological expertise, we take raw data from multiple sources and translate it into value added decisions. Data-powered business intelligence solutions help propel our clients into being leaders in their industry, so our tasks are clear: show how big data opportunities help grow revenue in practice while reducing risks and cutting costs. The following business intelligence software development services by RayCom Technologies are critical to our clients’ success.

Best Practices from Industry Experts

A comprehensive approach helps us determine your needs through careful requirement analysis and rigorous communication.

Analytical IT & Intelligence

Business intelligence development and consulting services by RayCom Technologies are focused on applying and integrating analytical IT and intelligence to cloud, web and mobile-based business solutions to streamline business processes and optimize results.

Why our customers choose us

How our solutions can help

A business intelligence platform should help your company gather, understand, and visualize your data. The goal is to develop a data-driven culture that provides every employee with the ability to identify and act on insights.

Gather Data

According to IDG, companies use an average of 400 data sources across their organization to feed their BI capabilities. BI platforms should gather data from all of those sources into one place in order to understand and visualize what’s happening.

When evaluating BI platforms, look for the ability to do the following:
  • Integrate many data sources. BI platforms should integrate multiple databases (/product/data-sources/), data warehouses, and CSV files.
  • Clean data and manage data quality. According to, data quality management (DQ management) tops the list of BI trends gaining importance. Disparate data sets need to be made usable and intelligible, and BI platforms should help maintain that quality and speed up the process of cleaning poor-quality data. Blend data. Imported and cleaned data is ready to be blended together into one functioning data set. BI platforms should make is simple to blend data and gain a complete view across all your data sources.
  • Ensure compliance and security. BI platforms should help you manage your data in a secure and compliant way. For instance, if you’re like Carelinx, who uses personal health information to match their customers with caregivers, you need a HIPAA-compliant BI platform.
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    Understand Data

    With mountains of data funneled into and accessible from one place, you can start to understand what it all means. A BI platform will give you the ability to sort through, organize, and query your data.

    When evaluating BI platforms, look for the ability to do the following:
  • Model and organize data. With all of your data centralized, you need an efficient way to organize it into relationships that work for your business. For instance, you can use features like data stores, which can be thought of as customized and curated mini-databases, to solve the specific needs of your marketing team.
  • Query data. Every user of the BI platform should have an easy way of querying the data to get the answers they need quickly. For example, here’s someone using Visual SQL to query data with no coding.
  • Perform exploratory data analysis (EDA). BI platforms should also allow power users, such as data analysts and scientists, to go as deep as they need to in order to test hypotheses. This includes features like drilldowns, data pipeline control, and data stores for frequently used transformations.
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    Visualize Data

    It’s not enough for your data to be understandable — it has to be usable. BI platforms should make it easy to collaborate and act on the insights your team identifies after you gather and understand it.
    When evaluating BI platforms, look for the ability to do the following:
  • Share your findings with dynamic dashboards. After modeling, cleaning, and querying your data, BI platforms should make it easy to create custom, dynamic dashboards to visualize what’s happening with your data in real time. Bonus points if you can manipulate and interact with these dashboards without coding knowledge.
  • Collaborate and communicate. Many people across your organization will use your BI platform, so the ability to collaborate and comment within the platform and even within dashboards is vitally important. Setting up custom alerts will also keep leaders, teams, and even the entire company informed of important developments.
  • Work with other technology. BI platforms are just one, albeit important, part of your tech stack, which means it needs to work well with all of the other tools you use. That includes where it gets data from (like we covered earlier) and where you send your dashboards to. For example, Chartio can embed interactive dashboards just about anywhere, including Salesforce, Confluence, and your website.
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