Is a good definition of business intelligence: correct, secure info delivered to the right people at the right time in the right place for effective decision making purpose? Agree? Disagree? Why?
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Business Intelligence -- a good definition? How about -- correct, secure info delivered to the right people at the right time in the right place for effective decision making purpose? Agree? Disagree? Why? Comments.
I agree with part of the definition as stated. More accurately, I would define business intelligence as follows:
Information that has been gathered and is then sent to the appropriate departments and people for further processing, including extensive analysis activities. The information can then be used after analysis for decision-making purposes.
* One of the main reasons I don't agree with the definition as stated is because it uses the word secure. Business ...
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