Balanced Scorecard Provides New Insight into Business Intelligence

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[] Madrid, Spain - Business & Strategy announced the release of Balanced Scorecard 1.2 for iPad. It's safe to say that the iPad has become one of the best delivery tools for business intelligence (BI), ever. Its form factor, lightweight design, display, and connectivity has caused rapid adoption by companies that need to extend the reach of their business intelligence data and provide pervasive access to performance results. Indeed, the executive suite and top managers have seen how accessibility to performance results can improve operations and increase management productivity. Aberdeen Group recently reported that employees were twice as likely to use business intelligence data if, and only if, it was available in a mobile accessible format.

iPad has fundamentally opened the door to new opportunities for managers to plan, monitor, and maintain strategic goals and targets in surroundings more suitable to favorable observational contexts.

Its agility and always-available window into operational data, make it an ideal strategic dashboard for monitoring and updating business plans. But these benefits are rapidly becoming accessible to more than just managers.

Traditionally, business intelligence has focused on visualizing important operational data for managers and executives. But iPad also broadens the scope of BI benefits by making it relatively inexpensive to include deeper levels of the organization. This is made possible because mobile devices are becoming cheaper and more powerful, and software, such as Balanced Scorecard for iPad (BsC) is affordable and simple enough to use by almost everyone in your organization.

Trends show that there's a new definition of BI participants within the organization, and rightly so. The democratization of BI and strategic planning is sweeping through organizations, not so much because it's an idea whose time has come, but because the mobile revolution has provided opportunities to see and interact with operational plans and data more easily and whenever and wherever it is contextually important.

There are four key factors to include in any BI software in the near future:
* Mobility
* Usability
* Simplicity
* Economicity

Why Balanced Scorecard?

Balanced Scorecard is a widely adopted approach to managing and reporting on strategic goals. Used by more than 60% of the Fortune 500 and thousands of smaller companies, balanced scorecard is a methodology that is soundly reflected in the Balanced Scorecard app. The app simplifies the balanced scorecard strategic planning and management model to help users align business activities to the vision and strategy of the organization Balanced Scorecard also provides features that make it easier to monitor organizational performance against strategic goals, and it achieves this in an experience designed for mobility. To better understand what this app can do for your Business please watch the video.

It turns out that the balanced scorecard system is agile enough to be beneficial in extremely simple implementations. Balanced scorecard experts agree that it's possible to utilize the balanced scorecard methodology using only a piece of paper and pen, and therein lies the iPad opportunity that this app has captured.

Please read the complete White Paper to know how BsC can help the success of your business.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.2 or later
* 3.5 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Balanced Scorecard 1.2 is $24.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Business category.

Business & Strategy has been a leading consulting firm for over 7 years. They provide to your business an added value through a methodology simple and direct. Their applications helps to define and implement business strategy, improve organizational structure, optimize costs and control the fulfilment of objectives. Business & Strategy was founded in 2004 and is based in Madrid, Spain. Copyright (C) 2011 Business & Strategy. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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