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Implementing a Business Intelligence System for small and medium-sized enterprises

Sang, G.; Xu, Lai; de Vrieze, Paul Ton;
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  • Published: 21 Mar 2016
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Over the years, Business Intelligence (BI) systems have become critically important to organizations due to the increasing fast-paced competition, the vast amount of daily generated data and the complexity of how to manage collected data. Business intelligence systems empower organizations to gain insights and to understand a clearer view of their vast data, business and customers, which help to make better decisions and hence produce better results and increase profit. BI refers to a collection of an organization’s resources such as tools, technologies, applications, systems and databases which enable organizations to manage insights of their business data, act...
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