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Enterprise Intelligence

Understand your data.

Capturing vast amounts of data goes beyond transactions to run a business. Enterprise intelligence comes from managing this data and presenting it in a forward-thinking approach. Planning, modelling and predictive analytics help businesses meet their strategic goals and see where adjustments need to be made.


Businesses today are collecting surplus amounts of data, yet without the right analytical tools, the data provides no business value. Legacy business intelligence (BI) products were created to extract usable intelligence out of large amounts of data, but those BI systems have not kept up with the modern data center. Data arrives at a speed that is far too fast for old systems to digest. Today’s mobile workforce expects real-time access and a seamless cross-channel experience.

Enterprise Performance Management

WhiteLight Group takes the cumbersome planning and backend work off your hands such as budgeting, forecasting, financial consolidation, profitability and cost management. Spend less time reporting and more time innovating.

Information Management

Your business should have clear, reliable insights into the data its collecting. We’ll take care of the logistics behind data acquisition, data consolidation and management, data quality and data accuracy services.

Internet of Things

Solve real problems, in real time.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the use of sensor data to make better decisions. The data is typically pulled from many sensors and analyzed immediately to provide guidance to an individual. This large amount of data is then crunched to look for trends and improvements. Communication between sensors is evolving, adapting to WiFi and mesh technology.

IoT solutions are a combination of:

  • Sensors / Communication Devices (Data Collection),
  • Cloud Storage (Cloud Applications)
  • ERP Integration
  • Business Intelligence

The Industrial Internet

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is creating an opportunity for massive disruption across the manufacturing and supply chain industry by bringing assets online and making them intelligent. Envision an ecosystem where sensors, data management and analytics work in collaboration to reduce operational inefficiencies and optimize assets.

We apply best practices for driving real-time reporting, automating data integration set up and configuration from multiple sources, and accelerating the data replication/loading process across platforms. Learn more about the Industrial Internet of Things here.