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Business Intelligence Tools for an Accurate 'Anywhere, Anytime' Business Strategy

Presented by Mark Halbish

Successful companies are those that maximize their visibility, mobility and profitability from the C-suite level. Markets are volatile and to stay ahead of the competition, it is essential that key stakeholders and decision makers have accurate, timely and transparent data upon which to act. While for a long time PLM was heralded as the must-have technology, in reality it has not provided the senior management easy access to the information they need.

Mark Halbish joins PI to discuss:

  • Why PLM failed as the C-suite tool of choice
  • Analyzing Business Intelligence platforms for an appropriate enterprise-wide tool
  • Business Intelligence as the 'company soul' - having accurate reporting/dashboarding functionality for an 'anywhere, anytime' business data strategy
  • Extracting knowledge from PLM into BI in a more useable format
  • Creating a cohesive view of data flow from key business areas that in turn become merged and integrated
  • Standardizing data collection and analysis for a holistic view across the value chain - sales, purchasing, HR, sourcing, product development, PLM and ERP
  • Accurately pinpointing red flags and acting quickly to resolve them
  • Protecting company margins and profitability
Mark Halbish, TI Automotive
Mark Halbish

Global Director - PLM, TI Automotive

Mark Halbish is the Global PLM Director for TI Automotive. In this position, he is responsible for all aspects of PLM for TI Automotive’s global operations including business analysis, business process development, continuous improvement, solution architecture, infrastructure, configuration, system administration, training and support helpdesk. Reporting to the Global IT Director, Mark is also a member of the Global IT Leadership team responsible for development of IT strategy, alignment to business strategy and major initiatives, and prioritization of key IT projects.