Blockchain doesn't simply solve the data access or sharing issue; it also solves a confidence problem.
"Permission blockchain gives you that confidence that you can control your information and grant access only to those you want to grant access to," Mc Dermott said.
In comparison, Business Intelligence is not quite as archaic as some ERP software systems, but is something relatively new to the tech arena, relying wholly on ERP and back office data to work. I'm another marketing bod here at sales-i (that is marketing exec come social secretary, branded wardrobe, stationary cupboard, fixer of the printer and chief maker of a terrible cup of tea).
You don’t need top spec ERP software with all the bells and whistles, but you do need one, of sorts. I get to work with the two delights that are Chris and Steve who have taken it upon themselves to educate me on all things football and Star Wars.
BI software draws heavily upon the information stored in your ERP system, yet has the primary objective of analyzing this information.