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  author={Mario Nadj},
This paper presents a systematic review of real-time Business Intelligence (RTBI) literature through a grounded theory lens in five RTBI research areas: Presentation (of information), Analytics, Data Integration, Processes, and Soft Factors. The main contribution of the paper is in the summary of metainformation, such as research methods and industry sectors, and in the synopsis of RTBI related research in these five research streams. Reviewing 138 articles in leading IS journals and… 
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