BRINGING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE INTO FINANCE CURRICULUM

@inproceedings{Mrdalj2010BRINGINGBI,
  title={BRINGING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE INTO FINANCE CURRICULUM},
  author={Stevan Mrdalj},
  year={2010}
}
The quantity of information around us is rising wherever we look. Companies are using Business Intelligence techniques to explore data to get a complete view of their operations which allows them to discover trends, improve their forecasting and operate more efficiently. The banking industry perceives Business Intelligence as a major tool for determining the consumer creditworthiness. For that we need new kinds of business intelligence professions. At the same time, Business Intelligence has… CONTINUE READING

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