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The Business Value of Business inTelligence

@inproceedings{Bendel2004TheBV,
  title={The Business Value of Business inTelligence},
  author={M. Bendel},
  year={2004}
}
This paper focuses on the influence of BI on manufacturing and distribution organizations, although much of what’s covered in it can apply to businesses in non-related industries, as well. To kick it off, the chart below illustrates the primary value propositions of business intelligence and the types of business analytics (e.g., Sales, Inventory, Supplier Performance analysis) that support each value area. The effect of BI on each of these business value areas are then discussed in more detail… 
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