Decision Ready Intelligence

BI and Performance Management

BI is an umbrella term meant to cover all the activities necessary for a company to turn raw information into actionable knowledge. In other words, it's a company's efforts to understand what it knows and what it doesn't know of its own existence and operations. The goal is being able to increase profits and sharpen its competitive edge. At Dake, our Business Intelligence solutions give businesses a way to streamline and unify data collection, analysis and reporting processes. Our solutions are built on a unified/interconnected database platform, so everyone involved in the data process gets a single, real-time view of decision ready intelligence. Flexible and scalable Self-Service BI solutions make it easy for users to discover and share valuable insights in real time.


  • Improved Employee Engagement and Motivation – Dake provides a continuous approach to performance management so that you more time is spent on ensuring that employees are working towards goals and objectives that will allow them to get the most out of their skills and roles. This in turn gives more opportunity for job satisfaction and reaching achievements.
  • Clear Expectations and Objectives – Dake encourages having defined expectations so that employees always know what’s expected of them, which in turn means that everyone is fulfilling the correct duties.
  • Identify Development and Progression Opportunities – Dake utilizes an agile performance management approach so it’s easy to identify employees who are performing well and might be suitable for promotion. It’s also a useful tool for allowing employees to analyze their own development, giving them the chance to express where they want to develop and work towards. Regular catch ups will facilitate regular review of their progress.
  • Highlight’s Training Gaps – Dake’s performance management approach makes it possible to identify areas of weakness where further training is needed. Working with defined goals also help staff pinpoint these areas themselves and communicate specific training needs.