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    Business Intelligence Paper Course Name: MISI 740 Business Intelligence Submitted by: Akshay kumar Minare Submitted to: Professor Robin Barraco Date: 08/05/2016 Business Intelligence Paper Course Name: MISI 740 Business Intelligence Introduction Business Intelligence Business Intelligence can be defined as the combined form of developing and learning the data that has been collected from various sources and then analyzing it. Business Intelligence is also used to provide the data in an interactive

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    As we discuss the possibility of emerging into business intelligence software we must keep in mind the overall purpose of using any type of software is to reach strategic goals in order to increase market shares. I will discuss how business intelligence software will allow us to meet those strategic goals. We will establish what type of information and analysis capabilities will be available once this business intelligence software is implemented. We will discuss hardware and system software that

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    Touro University International ITM501 - Management Information Systems and Business Strategy Module 2 Case Assignment: Business Intelligence Systems 04 June 2010 Business intelligence: Definition Business Intelligence (BI) is defined by IBM as, “the discipline that combines services, applications and technologies to gather, manage and analyze data, transforming it into usable information to develop insight and understanding needed to make informed decisions.” (IBM.com, 2006) In its most

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    Introduction In modern business, vast amounts of data are accumulated, which makes the decision-making process complicated. It is a major mutual concern for all business and IT sector companies to change the existing situation of "mass data, poor knowledge" and support better business decision-making and help enterprises increase profits and market share. Business intelligence technologies have emerged at such challenging times. Business today has compelled the enterprises to run different but coexisting

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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The term business intelligence includes variety of software which is used for analyzing the raw data of any organization. When these data are worked upon, company gets useful information of various disciplines. Examples of such tools are excel, spreadsheets package, database application access, data mining, data warehousing, reporting and querying software, decision engineering, process mining, online analytical processing and business performance management etc (Andrew 2011)

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    Therefore, business intelligence was born. In this essay, it mainly discussed the impact and advantage of business intelligence to enterprise development, and it also give some examples of applications to help understand the function of business intelligence system. 2.0 Introduction Business Intelligence is a computer-based system which is used by organizations for decision making purpose. In the United States, 500 enterprises which have more than 90% of enterprises use business intelligence software

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    Transformation through Business Intelligence Deployments Business intelligence (BI) is a broad category of applications and technologies for gathering, storing, analyzing, and providing access to data to help enterprise users make better business decisions. BI applications include the activities of decision support systems[->0], query[->1]and reporting, online analytical processing (OLAP[->2]), statistical analysis, forecasting, and data mining[->3]. Business intelligence applications can be:

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    We live in a day and age where Business Intelligence (BI) tools are becoming a standard for businesses. In the past, decision makers gathered data from thick paper reports, long presentations, and other inefficient tools. However, with rapid advancements in technology, especially in the field of Information Systems, decision makers need more sophisticated and efficient tools to make sense of their businesses. Analytical tools are very useful because they allow decision makers to make decisions

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    As Wikipedia’s explanation, Business intelligence (BI) is the set of techniques and tools for the transformation of raw data into meaningful and useful information for business analysis purposes. It is a solution package, to integrate all the existing data of organizations efficiently, provide accurate report to support high level managers to make business strategic decision. BI is not a new concept, it was introduced in 1996 for the first time. As the development of BI is the ETL technologies, ETL

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    Abstract: As Wikipedia’s explanation, Business intelligence (BI) is the set of techniques and tools for the transformation of raw data into meaningful and useful information for business analysis purposes. It is a solution package, to integrate all the existing data of organizations efficiently, provide accurate report to support high level managers to make business strategic decision. BI is not a new concept, it was introduced in 1996 for the first time. As the development of BI is the ETL technologies

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