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In this assessment, students are required to evaluate and interpret business intelligence platforms using the Gartner Magic Quadrant.
This assessment will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of creating an inventory of tangible tools and intangible resources deemed essential in digital data analysis and management. Furthermore, the students will apply analytical skills to utilise data-rich reporting for business decision making and direction.
In order to complete this assessment, you are required to study the following scenario.
The Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) is a corporate Commonwealth entity established by the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability (Establishing the Australian Digital Health Agency) Rule 2016. Under the backdrop of COVID-19, digital health has seen exponential growth in relevance and importance, making it more pertinent than ever for all Australians and healthcare providers. The agency operates in multiple divisions such as digital strategy, technology services, digital programs and engagement and corporate services. The agency’s current management software, despite performing data storage and processing tasks, lacks Bl resources with intuitive visualisations with easy-to-use access to all units, restricting the scope of analytical vision of each manager and centralising the data-science knowledge only to a few that are not actually responsible for creating direct value to end-consumers in the public administration.
You are now required to complete the following parts:
Part 1: Research, compare and contrast the 2020 and 2021 Magic Quadrants.
Part 2: Clearly state a Bl application that can be used in the scenario above. You are required to provide rationales highlighting the shortcomings in the current business practices through valid hypothesis, and details regarding the improvements your chosen application would bring to the organisation listed in the scenario. List resultant targets from the Bl application.
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