Well, Visual Studio since its inception has been used in having or adding business intelligence features integrated into several businesses’ system and applications. Of course, Visual Studio has many other features that perhaps only application software developers can explain. But going back to business intelligence, Visual Studio has been very helpful in providing better information filled business intelligence to their clients. It, in a way, enhanced applications that developers were able to develop.
As what everybody must know by now, business intelligence is reliant on data and reports. It entails collating data, screening or cleansing data and summing up these data into useful information. Visual business intelligence has somehow enhanced the information being provided by business intelligence vendors. Not only are these information read but they can now be visualized. A picture is placed in front of its users in the aim of helping them be better decision makers. The need for a good set information has to be reiterated in this case. It is the most important ingredient of the visualization. In order to be able to provide accurate and reliable picture, the information from which it is based on must be reliable too.
Now Visual Studio has made the work of some developers easier. Now business intelligence and many other features can be added to applications with ease. Being able to do so enables them to provide better business intelligence. The information they provide are richer and in turn, more useful. As a result, their clients will be more equipped with finer tools to be better decision makers.