Bill Hoggarth
2:30

Intelligence without action means that true value will never be achieved

Business intelligence (BI) only brings true value to an organisation when it results in action, according to Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS SA.

1:40

Intelligence strategy is a necessity

Today's business environment, characterised by new codes of practice and legislation, is putting severe pressure on businesses, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute SA.

2:40

Intuition and BI

Business intelligence (BI) vendors need to enhance intuitive decision-making with decisions that are based on facts, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute SA.

2:20

BI view must be total

Organisations need to move beyond the departmental view when it comes to business intelligence (BI), says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute SA.

2:10

Companies turning to BI

Local companies are using business intelligence (BI) to address legislation compliance and good governance concerns, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute.

3:30

Analytics drive BI

Analytics can enable enterprises to unearth previously hidden business intelligence (BI), says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS SA.

6:00

Creating an anti-fraud culture

If you allow a corrupt business culture to flourish, the short-term impact of fraud on the bottom line will be the least of your worries.

3:50

Hedge management important for CEOs

CEOs must supplement their business knowledge with hedge management to stay competitive, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute SA.

2:20

Benefit from BI through data sharing

Companies can benefit from enabling employees to use business intelligence (BI) analytics, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute.

3:50

Reducing fraud can impact bottom line

Companies can reduce costs by implementing effective anti-fraud measures, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS.

6:00
Mar 4, 2003

E-government could present new problems

While e-government could help reduce local identity fraud, it could create problems of its own, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute.

3:30
Feb 18, 2003

Analytical software can counter prisoner escapes

A possible answer to SA's prisoner retention problems lies in the use of analytical software, says Bill Hoggarth, MD of SAS Institute.