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- Management and Budget Issues Threaten Success of Projects
The majority of IT teams within UK manufacturers and distributors will focus on Business Intelligence (BI) and reporting projects over the next 12 months, according to research released today by enterprise software provider Geac.
Over a third (39%) of the UK mid market manufacturers and distributors polled said BI would take up the majority of their IT resources over the coming year. The manufacturing sector has been viewed as one of the leading adopters of BI technology, helping to fuel analyst estimations of 30% annual growth for the market(1).
In terms of other major IT projects, 'forecasting and demand planning' was top of the list for a further 27%, with traceability and RFID projects totalling a further 18% over the next 12 months.
However, there was also a note of caution. Half (50%) of the respondents thought that the ongoing demands of other priorities would be the greatest inhibitors to the success of these projects. 36% felt a lack of budget would be the biggest stumbling block, whilst 18% are concerned over integration difficulties.
Neeta Solanki, a business intelligence consultant for Geac, commented: "The vast majority of companies I talk to have IT departments swamped in report writing activities for end users. In some cases it is a full time job for some highly qualified IT staff to handle these needs. This scenario cannot be the way forward for British industry. Business users need their own access to 'intelligence', without overburdening the IT department.
"However the notable interest we're seeing in business intelligence projects shows there's a major concern over how companies can get the critical information they need for more effective decision making and improved productivity. But the concerns highlighted by this survey over competing demands for ongoing work and budgets may inhibit a lot of companies from exploiting the benefits of this technology to its full potential."
Geac (TSX: GAC, NASDAQ: GEAC) is a global enterprise software company that addresses the needs of the Chief Financial Officer. Geac's best-in-class technology products and services help organisations do more with less in an increasingly competitive environment, amidst growing regulatory pressure, and in response to other business issues confronting the CFO. Further information is available at http://www.geac.com or through e-mail at email@example.com.
(1) IDC estimate for global BI market: Worldwide Business Intelligence Tools Forecast 2005-2009, October 2005.
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