Organizational Reporting Task
(Redirected from business reporting)
- AKA: Organizational Reporting.
- It can (typically) support an Organizational Decisioning Task.
- It can (typically) be requested by a Non-IT User.
- It can range from being a Self-Service Org. Reporting Task to being a Analyst-Supporting Org. Reporting Task.
- It can range from being a Interactive Organizational Reporting Task to being a Batch Organizational Reporting Task.
- It can range from being a For-Profit Organizational Reporting Task (such as governmental reporting) to being a Not-For-Profit Organizational Task.
- It can range from being an Executive Reporting System to being a Front-Line Reporting System.
- It can be solved by an Organizational Reporting System.
- See: Business Intelligence Task, Knowledge Management, Organizational Emailing, Organizational Intranet.
- (Wikipedia, 2016) ⇒ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/business_reporting Retrieved:2016-1-8.
- Business reporting or enterprise reporting is "the public reporting of operating and financial data by a business enterprise," or "the regular provision of information to decision-makers within an organisation to support them in their work." Reporting is a fundamental part of the larger movement towards improved business intelligence and knowledge management. Often implementation involves extract, transform, and load (ETL) procedures in coordination with a data warehouse and then using one or more reporting tools. While reports can be distributed in print form or via email, they are typically accessed via a corporate intranet. With the dramatic expansion of information technology, and the desire for increased competitiveness in corporations, there has been an increase in the use of computing power to produce unified reports which join different views of the enterprise in one place.  This reporting process involves querying data sources with different logical models to produce a human readable report—for example, a computer user has to query the Human Resources databases and the Capital Improvements databases to show how efficiently space is being used across an entire corporation.
- Moeller, Robert (2007). COSO Enterprise Risk Management: Understanding the New Integrated ERM Framework. Wiley. ISBN 0-471-74115-9.
- QUOTE: Enterprise reporting is a popular business intelligence (BI) discipline that extends reporting and analysis capabilities beyond the scope of IT staff, business analysts, and power users. With enterprise reporting, anyone who impacts a business - executives, managers, analysts, and frontline workers - have immediate access to the vital information they need to most productively perform their jobs. Many companies have even extended their enterprise reporting environments outside their firewall, to enable customers, suppliers, and other external business partners to access and analyze critical information. - See more at: http://www.informationbuilders.com/enterprise-reporting#sthash.QBs0ovxt.dpuf