2013 | 136 | 231-244
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Organizacja oparta na Business Intelligence - wybrane wyniki badań empirycznych

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Business Intelligence Organization - Selected Empirical Results
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The main goal of this paper is to present important assumptions underlying the idea of BI-based organization and to identify the factors that allow it to achieve the business success with BI. The structure of this paper and research methods have been subordinated to this goal. Firstly, an overview of subject literature on BI has been conducted. Then, the idea of BI-based organization has been described. Next, the issue of maturity models for BI has been presented. Using an in-depth interview method, the results from the analysis of twenty firms applying BI systems have been described. Finally, the most important factors that determine the business success with BI have been proposed.
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