A Study on the Aspects of Successful Business Intelligence System Development

@inproceedings{Ko2007ASO,
  title={A Study on the Aspects of Successful Business Intelligence System Development},
  author={Il Seok Ko and Sarvar R. Abdullaev},
  booktitle={International Conference on Computational Science},
  year={2007}
}
Business Intelligence (BI) Systems are today considered as a major strategic tool of many well-established companies like Lufthansa, TDC Telecom and AT&T. Of course, the knowledge derived from the experience of those companies could be helpful guide in building efficient BI Systems. Thus, this study highlights the main points arisen from the worldwide practice of building successful BI Systems. The managers usually expect from BI Systems the acceleration of their decision-making process while… 

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