A decision-making model to choose business intelligence platforms for organizations
Moghimi, Fatemeh and Zheng, Connie 2009, A decision-making model to choose business intelligence platforms for organizations, in IITA 2009 : Intelligent Technology for Ubiquitous World : Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Information Technology Application, Nanchang, China, 21-22 November, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, Calif., pp. 73-77.
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In recent time, technology applications in different fields, especially Business Intelligence (BI) have been developed rapidly and considered to be one of the most significant uses of information technology with special position reserved. The application of BI systems provides organizations with a sense of superiority in the competitive environment. Despite many advantages, the companies applying such systems may also encounter problems in decision-making process because of the highly diversified interactions within the systems. Hence, the choice of a suitable BI platform is important to take the great advantage of using information technology in all organizational fields. The current research aims at addressing the problems existed in the organizational decision-making process, proposing and implementing a suitable BI platform using Iranian companies as case study. The paper attempts to present a solitary model based on studying different methods in BI platform choice and applying the chosen BI platform for different decisionmaking processes. The results from evaluating the effectiveness of subsequently implementing the model for Iranian Industrial companies are discussed.
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