A Capability Approach for Designing Business Intelligence and Analytics Architectures

@inproceedings{Ereth2020ACA,
  title={A Capability Approach for Designing Business Intelligence and Analytics Architectures},
  author={Julian Ereth and Henning Baars},
  booktitle={HICSS},
  year={2020}
}
Business Intelligence and Analytics (BIA) is subject to an ongoing transformation, both on the technology and the business side. Given the lack of readyto-use blueprints for the plethora of novel solutions and the ever-increasing variety of available concepts and tools, there is a need for conceptual support for architecture design decisions. After conducting a series of interviews to explore the relevance and direction of an architectural decision support concept, we propose a capability… 

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