Executive Information Systems' Multidimensional Models
AbstractExecutive Information Systems are design to improve the quality of strategic level of management in organization through a new type of technology and several techniques for extracting, transforming, processing, integrating and presenting data in such a way that the organizational knowledge filters can easily associate with this data and turn it into information for the organization. These technologies are known as Business Intelligence Tools. But in order to build analytic reports for Executive Information Systems (EIS) in an organization we need to design a multidimensional model based on the business model from the organization. This paper presents some multidimensional models that can be used in EIS development and propose a new model that is suitable for strategic business requests.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania in its journal Informatica Economica.
Volume (Year): XI (2007)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Executive Information Systems (EIS); Decision Support Systems (DSS); multidimensional models; Business Intelligence tools; On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP);
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