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Business Intelligence & Analytics Cost Accounting: an Action Design Research Approach

@inproceedings{Grytz2020BusinessI,
  title={Business Intelligence \& Analytics Cost Accounting: an Action Design Research Approach},
  author={Raphael Grytz and Artus Krohn-Grimberghe and Oliver M{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2020}
}
In order to sustain their competitive advantage, data driven organizations must continue investing in business intelligence and analytics (BI&A) while mitigating inherent cost increases. Research shows that examining outlays by individual BI&A artifact (e.g. reports, analytics) is necessary, but introduction in practice is cumbersome and adoption is slow. BI&A service-oriented cost allocation (BIASOCA) represents an improvement to this situation. This approach enables to render the BI&A cost… 

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