Technology is the making of tools, machines, techniques, systems or methods of organization in order to solve a problem or perform a specific function. Technologies significantly affect human ability to control and adapt to their natural environments.

Agile companies need to make decisions from what markets to enter and which products to sell to what software works best-and they need to make them quickly. But they can’t make critical business decisions if they don’t have the information they need. From the sea of data that’s available, managers must be able to get what they need, when they need it, to assess and analyze both performance and results.

That’s tough to come by when business leaders lack insight into the performance, products, and key processes. They are unable to pinpoint leading and lagging parts of the business quickly, and they lack a single, consistent view of information across functions. This leads to time wasted gathering information.

In times of economic stress, managers are looking for clear and immediate visibility into what’s happening in their business. Ideally they want this information by customer, by product line, by sales channel- by whatever slice of the business is needed and they want to understand the reasons for performance variances.
The ideal candidate will be capable of assuming responsible for gathering/capturing relevant vital data, organizing and analyzing and preparing various reports for use by top executives in running the business. Produce financial and market intelligence by querying data repositories and generating periodic reports. Devise methods for identifying data patterns and trends in available information sources. Fast paced work environment.

To make sure that they can take advantage of all the data at their disposal, companies have turned to data warehouse, business intelligence and enterprise performance management that helps them structure strategic, financial and operational management processes.

From day to day, our world has been changed gradually form one situation to another. The revolution of new ideas always comes up to the minds of innovative person, especially the idea to improve technology which people need to make the living better.

There are comparable exponential trends underlying a wide variety of other technologies: communications (both wired and wireless), brain scanning speeds and resolutions, genome scanning, and miniaturization (we are currently shrinking technology at a rate of 5.6 per linear dimension per decade). Even the rate of technological progress is speeding up, now doubling each decade. The mathematical models developed over the past couple of decades to describe these trends, which I call the law of accelerating returns, has proven predictive of the developments seen during the 1990s.