Introduction Business companies are today evaluating their sufficient to their clients this is when they access information about there activities and how there customers perceive them. This has made the companies to keep in torch with there customers and at the same time cope with the changing trends in the information and technology that is currently being experienced in the world today. This resulting to most of businesses venturing into information technology that will create a cool atmosphere that will ensure that the company employers, and workers communicate easily to each other at the same time analyzing themselves. At the same time the data warehousing will help the companies improve on its past mistakes thus helping the company to store the background information for there own advantage in future. The components in active enterprise intelligence In order for a company to achieve in its daily activities it has to check on some components that make the company more effective and sufficient to its clients in order to fit in today's market. The company has to check and improve on its goods and services provision to its clients, Some components that help a company achieve intelligence in enterprise is through the following components.

Scalability is one of the components that will ensure that the company is well informed of its daily operations. his will automatically help the company to increase its performance with a certain percentage. This can be experienced when the company adds more hardware in order to improve the production and performance of the systems (Dietz and Twogood, 2008).High-performance technology is another component that facilitates the intelligence of a company this is because the organization exploits the industry and as result to this the company becomes more recognized because it offers its clients with improved communication and at the same time it's flexible and able to fit the demands of the company workers. Availability is another component that facilitates active enterprise intelligence, this is because it reduces or eliminates cases of hardware failure or problems of redundancy therefore, ensuring that the system is immune from constant failure.

Growth with investment protection, (Dietz and Twogood, 2008) this is where the company supports a variety of activities, and as a result of this it will see the company expand its performance and at the same time improves on its life span of the business.Advantages of Enterprise Intelligence Enterprise intelligence has some advantages that are as follows, the first advantage of data intelligence is to help the company get closer to its customers, and from the data gathered from the company it provides its clients with easy access to thhe data. A great example is when the Virgin Atlantic airline evaluated its performance in the airline industry and it opted to electronics its operations thus making its customers to book their flights through their website. Another advantage of data intelligence is to help in streamlining the companies operations and at the same time increase effectiveness of the companies; this is experienced companies' today use the data to analyze there works and this helps them to reduce the rampant cases of fraud or loses as the companies will know on the causes of these problems (Dietz and Twogood, 2008).Enterprise intelligence also empowers the organization; this is because all the company employees are given room to communicate freely in the organization.

This will automatically result into improved results as there are diverse views from its employees that will make the company succeed in the market. Data intelligence also result to mutual collaboration of the companies, this is because it will ensure that the companies will have access to other companies data banks as this will facilitates to that a joint decision is made at the extent of the companies, an example is when the First American Bank and Chase Manhattan Corporation collaborated in identifying the best rates they will charge there customers in order to reduce the chances of over /undercharging there clients (Dietz and Twogood, 2008).