Process Intelligence Strategy and Execution: Collecting, managing and analyzing data in a systematic manner helps managers and executives make better business decisions. This allows operations management the ability to analyze individual steps in a process or operational workflow or collectively multiples processes and then make nearly real-time decisions.
Business Analytics Strategy and Execution: Analytics can provide key data related to all aspects of an organization - from customer preferences to reduced churn. Executing a fully implemented business analytics strategy helps with resource allocation decisions, product and service offerings and even the development of best practices throughout the organization.
Process and Data Governance: For client organizations where the collection, archival and retrieval of data is important, an established procedure for quality control and security must be developed. This is especially true in organizations complying with regulations such as Sarbanes Oxley and HIPAA. Micro and macro rules governing data integrity and security are required.