Critical Success Factors for Business Intelligence Systems

@article{Yeoh2010CriticalSF,
  title={Critical Success Factors for Business Intelligence Systems},
  author={William G. S. Yeoh and Andy Koronios},
  journal={Journal of Computer Information Systems},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={23 - 32}
}
The implementation of a business intelligence (BI) system is a complex undertaking requiring considerable resources. [] Key Method Firstly, the authors utilised the Delphi method to conduct three rounds of studies. The study develops a CSFs framework crucial for BI systems implementation. Next, the framework and the associated CSFs are delineated through a series of case studies. The empirical findings substantiate the construct and applicability of the framework. More significantly, the research further…
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