2013 | 150 | 11-23
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Business Intelligence for Information Society

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The main goal of this paper is to present the basic assumptions underlying the idea of Business Intelligence (BI) and to identify the possibilities of it using for information society, and first of all in different organizations. The paper provides valuable information on the chances and the possibilities of BI applying for information society.
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