Business Intelligence Consultant for Your Complex Data
Red Three helps clients maximize the power of their current enterprise software to improve business intelligence. We provide custom data integration and reporting capabilities so you can extract the right information from your financial systems and make smarter business decisions. Our goal is to help you get the reports you need from the software you’ve already invested in.
Improve Business Intelligence
How financially aware is your business? Bridge the gap between IT and finance to make smarter decisions.
Get Custom Operational & Financial Reports
Do you have the information you need to run your business and understand what contributes to the bottom line?
Data sits on all kinds of systems. Ready to get your data clean and manageable?
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Are you maximizing the power of your current platform? Create the reports you need from the systems you already have.
Few companies get all their information from one system. Most companies we work with have multiple systems—from ERP and WMS systems, to web stores, EDI and other trading partners. Indeed, we spend 30-50 percent of our time integrating data between different systems. To that end, here are seven classic problems we encounter with integration projects—and clues for how to solve them. 1. You mistake one Excel macro for automated integration We can't say this often enough. Lots of cool tools (often...Read more
As a business intelligence consultant, I spend most of time looking at other people’s information. But as a small business owner, I do occasionally get to look at my own information. And when I do, it reminds me of a basic rule: Information is worthless if you can’t do anything with it. Case in point: We use HubSpot to run our website. And HubSpot provides lots of metrics. But many of the metrics don’t really help me. For example, HubSpot tells me where my traffic is coming from. (It's easier...Read more
For years and years, software vendors have promised end-users they can have the data they want without talking to the IT department they don’t like. Things haven't changed. I recently saw the following business intelligence stats (thanks to @TimoElliott and Logi Analytics). As you can see, people still need IT. But why? Here are a few thoughts: 1. Person + Hammer <> Carpenter If you've ever chased after a three year old who's wielding a hammer, you know that a hammer is a simple tool....Read more