Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations of Business Intelligence

  title={Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations of Business Intelligence},
  author={Kamran Nazari and Mostafa Emami},
A B ST R A C T Business intelligence systems combine operational data with analytical tools to present complex and competitive information to planners and decision makers. The objective is to improve the timeliness and quality of inputs to the decision process. Business Intelligence is used to understand the capabilities available in the firm; the state of the art, trends, and future directions in the markets, the technologies, and the regulatory environment in which the firm competes; and the… 

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