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Management Support with Structured and Unstructured Data—An Integrated Business Intelligence Framework
Three types of approaches for tackling the respective challenges are distinguished and the approaches are mapped to a three layer BI framework and discussed regarding challenges and business potential.
Business Intelligence in the Cloud?
This contribution combines results from the outsourcing and the BI literature and derives a framework for delineating “Cloud BI” approaches, and considers six possible scenarios – some of which within immediate reach today.
Economic Implications of Additive Manufacturing and the Contribution of MIS
This is the author accepted manuscript. The final version is available from Springer at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12599-015-0374-4.
The Impact of Agility Requirements on Business Intelligence Architectures
- M. Zimmer, H. Baars, H.-G. Kemper
- Business45th Hawaii International Conference on System…
- 4 January 2012
The results show that agility requirements can be effectively confined to areas more exposed to turbulence as long as the architecture is designed in a pertinent way -- and if it is supported by suitable organizational measures.
Shaping the Next Incarnation of Business Intelligence
- H. Baars, Carsten Felden, P. Gluchowski, A. Hilbert, H.-G. Kemper, S. Olbrich
- Computer ScienceBus. Inf. Syst. Eng.
- 17 January 2014
This paper shows how research strings that have been extracted from an extensive literature review can be bundled to a new vision for BI that is aligned with new requirements coming from socio-technical macro trends.
InCLOUDer: A Formalised Decision Support Modelling Approach to Migrate Applications to Cloud Environments
- Adrian Juan Verdejo, S. Zschaler, Bholanathsingh Surajbali, H. Baars, H.-G. Kemper
- Computer Science40th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering…
- 27 August 2014
This work provides a decision support system to assist organisations by taking into account the formal description of the parameters affecting the cloud migration and the proposed metrics for objective and subjective criteria.
Simulation of Production Processes Involving Cyber-physical Systems
Combining RFID Technology and Business Intelligence for Supply Chain Optimization Scenarios for Retail Logistics
- H. Baars, H.-G. Kemper, H. Lasi, Marc Siegel
- Business, Computer ScienceProceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii…
- 7 January 2008
The results indicate that the role of Business Intelligence components should not be underestimated when preparing a business case for RFID.
Iterative Process Models for Mobile Application Systems: A Framework
Recommendations concerning technical and organizational-personnel requirements can be generated and integrated into a specification in order to enable systems development teams to select an appropriate iterative process model.