Business Intelligence - State of the Art and Open Issues.

Suresh Jain


Access to relevant information and expertise is essential for organisations in the demanding business climate of today. Business intelligence (BI) is a general term for the tools, methods, and products that assist managers in comprehending the state of their company's operations. Additionally, BI technologies can help firms meet their informational knowledge demands. In this article, new investigations and papers of academic journals in this field are systematically reviewed to categorise and prioritise the ideas and techniques of business intelligence. This is done in response to the rising trend of BI researches in BI concepts and applications. As a result, research on BI was categorised into three categories: managerial, technical, and system-enabled methods. Each category's specification and future research directions were presented.


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