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Business professionals who want to advance their careers need to have a strong understanding of how to utilize business intelligence. This new book provides a comprehensive introduction to the basic business and technical concepts they'll need to know. It integrates case studies that demonstrate how to apply the material. Business professionals will also find suggested further readings that will develop their knowledge and help them succeed.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors||p. v|
|Introduction to Business Intelligence||p. 1|
|Business Intelligence and Its Impacts||p. 3|
|Business Intelligence Capabilities||p. 26|
|Technologies Enabling Business Intelligence||p. 49|
|Technologies Enabling Organizational Memory||p. 51|
|Technologies Enabling Information Integration||p. 81|
|Technologies Enabling Insights and Decisions||p. 111|
|Technologies Enabling Presentation||p. 148|
|Management and Future of Business Intelligence||p. 173|
|Business Intelligence Tools and Vendors||p. 175|
|Development of Business Intelligence||p. 218|
|Management of Business Intelligence||p. 243|
|The Future of Business Intelligence||p. 262|
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