Methodological Aspects and Case Studies of Business Intelligence Application Tools in Knowledge Management as Corporation’s Strategy Development
The study shows the evaluation of the conducted research and analysis regarding the methodology and case study of Business Intelligence application tools as part of the co-operation between science and organizations. As an example of Business Intelligence proficiency there are chose two representative companies from the region of Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland. The area of expertise of the first company is related to train and trams production, second is active in Information Technology services. There are also two areas of possible co-operation between science and business. The first one is preparing future employees by means of training them on post-graduate studies. The second area is using information regarding the effectiveness of the ERP system, obtained through questionnaires, by the management of a developing organization. In the paper there is also underlined the difficulties related to implementation of ERP system. The use of these solutions provides access to any personally identifiable information to a variety of information to enable an assessment of the impact of the parameters identified in the information system on the effectiveness of the company's operations.
|This chapter was published in: Ludoslaw Drelichowski & Remigiusz Lewandowski , , pages 1461-1468, 2013.|
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