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Integrating Knowledge Management with Business Intelligence Processes for Enhanced Organizational Learning

  title={Integrating Knowledge Management with Business Intelligence Processes for Enhanced Organizational Learning},
  author={R. K. Shehzad and Muhammad Naeem and Ahmed Khan and Shaheed Zulfikar and Ali Bhutto},
Knowledge Management (KM), either in a tacit or explicit form, plays an important role in decision making. Business Intelligence (BI) has acquired significant importance in the business world due to the recent technological advancements and availability of state-of-theart software tools. Presently, most of the organizations across the globe are adopting BI solutions to promote business, retain customers, earn maximum profits, reduce recurring expenditures, etc. KM, on the other hand, has not… 

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