• Corpus ID: 20357231


  author={Mohammad ali Shariat},
Given today’s business environment, at times a corporate executive may feel overwhelmed by the amount of information available and the coverage of what is actually known as Business Intelligence (BI) architecture. There are literally hundreds of product offerings to choose from. For example, a simple Google search for “business intelligence software” yields more than 24 million responses including more than 50 different vendors. Shariat and Nwakanma (2006) strongly recommend that customers view… 
A Five-Layered Business Intelligence Architecture
Many organizations today have adopted business intelligence (BI) as a catalyst to meet specific business needs and to improve organizational effectiveness. Although BI has become more robust and
Evolution and trends of business intelligence systems : a systematic mapping study
Business Intelligence or BI can be defined as an umbrella term describing a combination of applications, infrastructures, tools, processes, best practises and methods to gather, prepare, provide and
A Capability Approach for Designing Business Intelligence and Analytics Architectures
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Why Business Intelligence Is the New Oil for the Upcoming Enterprise
The proposed research focusses on how Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence could potentially play out in many futuristic organizations.
Understanding the Business Value Creation Process for Business Intelligence Tools in the UAE
This study validates the “business value of BI” framework by evaluating the business value creation process for BI tools in the UAE and highlights how the effective use BI offers an information advantage that facilitates decision-making and eventually promotes financial and non-financial benefits for the organization.
Towards an Understanding of Business Intelligence
It is found that BI is defined as a process, a product, and as a set of technologies, or a combination of these, which involves data, information, knowledge, decision making, related processes and technologies that support them.
Descriptive business intelligence analysis: Cutting edge strategic asset for SMEs, is it really worth it?
The purpose of this article is to provide a framework for understanding and adoption of Business Intelligence by (SMEs) within the Zimbabwean economy. The article explores every facet of Business
A goal-oriented, business intelligence-supported decision-making methodology
This research presents a goal-oriented, business intelligence-supported methodology for decision making that allows enterprises to begin with limited data, discover required data to build their models, capture stakeholders goals, and model threats, opportunities, and their impact.
Integration of business intelligence with corporate strategic management
Integration of business intelligence and corporate strategic management has a direct impact on modern and flexible organizations. This integration helps decision makers to implement their corporate
Using Business Intelligence in IT Governance Decision Making
  • Arisa Shollo
  • Business, Computer Science
    Governance and Sustainability in Information Systems
  • 2011
Examination of BI from a decisionmaker’s perspective in an IT governance context through a case study of a large Scandinavian financial institution indicates that BI is primarily used to inform structured operational decisions and as an instrument for dialogue in unstructured strategic decisions.


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