The Business Intelligence team maintains the University's data warehouse and publishes dashboards and reports on the Planning and Statistics Portal.
About Business Intelligence
Business Intelligence (BI) interprets Griffith’s data into a coherent picture for the use of stakeholders and staff. Stakeholders such as the Federal Government, receive reports and data for the Equivalent Full Time Student Load (EFTSL) and Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP) debt information.The Government uses this data to determine funding payable to the University, student Centrelink eligibility and student HELP repayments.
Accessing the Portal
The BI team arranges the University’s data within relevant reporting suites on the PSP (accessible to staff only).
The PSP allows for self-service access to a range of information across the student lifecycle and provides information on research, staff and national data.
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What is Business Intelligence?
BI is a set of theories, methodologies, architectures, and technology that integrates and transforms raw data of an organisation from multiple sources into meaningful and useful information that supports better business decision making. Please see below a high-level overview of the BI process.