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2 BIDM : The Business Intelligence Development Model

@inproceedings{Spruit20102B,
  title={2 BIDM : The Business Intelligence Development Model},
  author={Marco Ren{\'e} Spruit},
  year={2010}
}
Business Intelligence (BI) has been a very dynamic and popular field of research in the last few years as it helps organizations in making better decisions and increasing their profitability. This paper aims at creating some structure in the BI field of research by creating a BI development framework that relates the current BI development stages and their main characteristics. This framework can be used by organizations to identify their current BI stage and reach the desired one. 

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