Kelly, Sally
October 2003
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2003, p120
Trade Publication
Provides some basic approaches that will help companies evaluate business intelligence initiatives. Integration of decision support systems, query and reporting and computer network-based analytical processing; Evaluation of business operations and market base analysis; Key areas to be considered when starting a business intelligence initiative.


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