Break the data silos, from the "digital age" to the "digital intelligence age"

Break the data silos, from the "digital age" to the "digital intelligence age"

In the past ten years or so, the informatization construction of major enterprises has advanced by leaps and bounds, and enterprise management functions have been divided into many fine-grained divisions. Therefore, the enterprise information management system is rolled out around different management stages and management functions, deploying various information such as customer management system, production system, sales system, purchasing system, order system, warehousing system and financial system. Management system. Enterprises have different needs for informatization at different development periods, and they have focused on building infrastructure and software systems. Coupled with limited budgets and deployment difficulties, many enterprise informatization systems are not interoperable. Each business unit has its own storage and its own defined data system, and the department-led business is carried out without using the same standard for informatization, which eventually leads to the problem of data islands becoming more and more obvious.

The so-called data islands refer to data that cannot be connected and interacted between different organizations, between different departments of enterprises, or between different software, data information cannot be shared, design, management, and production data cannot be communicated with each other, and data is out of touch. These phenomena have brought many operational management problems to enterprises, such as repeated information input, information redundancy, spam, and data consistency that cannot be guaranteed. The same applies to government service departments. To handle a business, you need to download an APP, and a piece of information is scattered in different departments. The inter-departmental inquiry requires permission. These "data islands" have seriously affected the digital transformation of government services. Therefore, in order to make data a truly valuable existence, companies must open up the associations between different software systems to enable data to flow between each other and eliminate data islands.

However, eliminating data islands is not an easy task. Factors such as deployment difficulty, construction period, investment cost and other factors often make enterprises entangled. This makes 99% of enterprises and organizations aware of the data island problem, but they cannot for various reasons. Quickly resolve. With the widespread application of cloud computing, the era of big data has also followed. By mining and analyzing data, companies can improve their competitiveness, predict market trends, and make more targeted decisions. The emergence of JNPF's rapid development of cloud platforms This is an excellent scenario for the use of big data. Through JNPF's report designer and BI large-screen visualization designer, the data barriers between the systems will be broken, and the data will no longer be just a simple data, but an intuitive, cool, and rich dynamic information flow. Through JNPF's fast-generated report system and large-screen display, enterprises and institutions can make quick decisions and deployments on operation management at a glance and at a glance, optimize the operation of the enterprise, and bring more economic benefits to the development of the enterprise.

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