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Business Intelligence Costs

As a small business owner, I know the importance of understanding costs before starting projects. For example, you may have the best marketing system since sliced bread, but I’m still not going to spend $15K in one go. The risk is too high. My clients, on the other hand, are all much larger than my company. They generally range between $50 million and $500 million in revenue. (Although we’ve done a lot of departmental level work for multi-billion dollar companies—and their finance folks.) But even they want to know what a business intelligence project is going to cost before they invest. (Finance executives tend to be risk averse. They hope for a return, but mostly they want to know the size of the hit if it doesn’t work out). There are too many parts to business intelligence to cost them out in detail in one post. But based on the type of...