MBSI Whitepaper 2010 Enabling Business Intelligence for Everyone
Enabling Business Intelligence for Everyone
From boardroom executives to frontline operation managers, the uncertain economy has highlighted the necessity—and the benefits—of making informed decisions. To cut costs, streamline operations, and fuel continual process improvements, employees must be empowered to make better decisions at every level in the organization. Critical business data needs to be accessible to all employees, so that they can perform their own analyses and freely share insights with team members. With access to relevant data, employees can find opportunities to operate more efficiently and grow revenues, so the company can emerge stronger from any economic environment.
Personally Identifiable Information. “Personal Information” or “PII” means any information that can be used to identify, contact or locate a person. PII includes a person’s name, address, phone number, fax number, email address, or government-issued ID numbers, financial information, and account numbers. PII also includes information associated or combined with PII (such as a personal profile, unique identifier, biometric information, or IP address). If Company makes a list of leads, including PII, available to Microsoft, Company will ensure, to the best of its knowledge and ability, it has complied with all legal requirements and industry standards for privacy protection in connection with such list. These requirements include providing the appropriate notices and obtaining necessary consent to share the list with Microsoft, and for Microsoft to receive and use PII for the purposes of contacting individuals about products, services, events, or offers. Company will ensure that the provision of the list to Microsoft will not violate any agreement or obligation between Company and a third party. https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-gb/privacystatement