The Roles of Big Data in the Decision-Support Process: An Empirical Investigation

  title={The Roles of Big Data in the Decision-Support Process: An Empirical Investigation},
  author={Thiago Poleto and Victor Diogho Heuer de Carvalho and Ana Paula Cabral Seixas Costa},
The decision-making process is marked by two kinds of elements: organizational and technical. The organizational elements are those related to companies’ day-to-day functioning, where decisions must be made and aligned with the companies’ strategy. The technical elements include the toolset used to aid the decision making process such as information systems, data repositories, formal modeling, and analysis of decisions. This work highlights a subset of the elements combined to define an… 

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