Value Chain Streamlined


As technology evolves and the world becomes more interconnected, corporations find opportunities to exchange large amounts of data with external entities, such as customers, partner corporations, vendors or governmental entities. For example, industries create standards to effectively exchange operational, financial or healthcare information across the entire value chain to all the participants in the industry.


This is a problem that corporations did not have to address in the past and creates new challenges not applicable before. From regulatory implications in the exchange of information to technological limitations in the transmission of large amounts of data, both technical and business departments need to invest the time to understand these new problems and define ways to solve them efficiently.


Business Intelligence also deals with the problem of data integration as a whole. The transmission of large amounts of information between two parties requires coordination and effort on both sides to make it happen. SISG consultants can help you design and build optimal processes that will allow your company to safely and effectively exchange information with third parties, whether sending or receiving data. Counting on expert advice will save you headaches as you learn the intricacies of this application.

Value Chain Analysis
SISG View of Business Models using Value Chain Perspective
Details of Michael Porter's Value Chain Analysis
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Michael Porter's Value Chain Analysis

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