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Business Intelligence Center Concepts

@inproceedings{Unger2008BusinessIC,
  title={Business Intelligence Center Concepts},
  author={Carsten Unger and H.-G. Kemper and Arvid Russland},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2008}
}
The approach of Business Intelligence (BI) as a support function for management decisions is established in practice and theory. BI can not just be considered as a simple sequence of isolated single projects. Its coordination requires permanent efforts to keep the BI function and the business organization in alignment. In the context of the present empirical study, BI organizations have been analyzed for the diffusion of BI units and their distinct characteristics. Furthermore these… 

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