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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Implementace Business Intelligence v prostředí obchodní společnosti

Virt, Vladan January 2006 (has links)
Cílem této diplomové práce je vytvoření odlehčené metodiky tvorby BI/DW a její kompletní implementace v prostředí maloobchodní společnosti Diva Center s.r.o. Zpracovaná metodika by měla pokrýt všechny nezbytné kroky zavedení funkčního a přínosného projektu BI/DW.

In-memory Business Intelligence : Verifying its Benefits against Conventional Approaches

Sakulsorn, Pattaravadee January 2013 (has links)
Business intelligence project failures in organizations derive from various causes. Technological aspects regarding the use of business intelligence tools expose the problem of too complicated tool for operational users, lack of system scalability, dissatisfied software performance, and hard coded business requirements on the tools. This study was conducted in order to validate in-memory business intelligence advantages towards functionality, flexibility, performance, ease of use, and ease of development criteria. A case study research method had been applied to achieve the goals in this thesis. Primarily, a pilot study was carried out to collect the data both from literatures and interviews. Therefore, the design of test case had been developed. Types of testing can be divided into 2 categories: BI functionality test and performance test. The test results reveal that in-memory business intelligence enhances conventional business intelligence performance by improving the software’s loading time and response time. At the meantime, it was proved to be flexible than rule-based, query-based, and OLAP tools, whereas its functionality and ease of development were justified to be better than query-based system. Moreover, in-memory business intelligence provides a better ease of use over query-based and rule-based business intelligence tools. Pair wise comparisons and analyses between selected in-memory business intelligence tool, QlikView, and conventional business intelligence software, Cognos, SAS, and STB Reporter, from 3 banks were made in this study based on the aforementioned test results.

Business Intelligence v prostředí Cloudu / Business Intelligence in the Cloud

Náhlovský, Tomáš January 2015 (has links)
This master thesis deals with Business Intelligence in Cloud computing environment and comparing some of available solutions, that are currently offered on the market. The theoretical part focuses on definition of Business Intelligence and Cloud computing terms and combination thereof, including a description of the components, functionalities and technologies that use. The theoretical part describes, among other, the current trends from the world of Business Intelligence. The practical part is then focused on comparing traditional approach to Business Intelligence solutions and solutions in the Cloud. It describes the components of the cloud and migration process from traditional solution to the Cloud. The practical part includes an analysis of the current market for Business Intelligence, selection of three providers based on analysis and a description of their solutions and evaluation of these tools. The basic objectives and benefits of this master thesis include a general definition of the concepts of BI and analysis of available solutions, including comparisons.

Self-service BI a PowerPivot / Self-service BI a PowerPivot

Černý, Ondřej January 2013 (has links)
This thesis deals with the extension of Office application Microsoft Excel -- PowerPivot program. First, the thesis focuses on the topic of the actual Business Intelligence (BI) and compares the classical BI approach and self-service BI approach. In the first part are dis-cussed current trends in BI. The second and main part is focused to the PowerPivot. Grad-ually are mentioned benefits and news in PowerPivot on the examples compared to classical analysis in Excel. In the initial description of the features are also instructions for installing the program and its news in version 2013. An important chapter is focused to the DAX expressions and all the calculations that can be implemented in PowerPivot. Separate chapters are devoted to data import and connection with MS SharePoint Server. As an ex-ample, is introduced the calculation of the ABC analysis to classify products, used mainly in logistics. The last part deals with implementation of applications in PowerPivot for MBI model (Management of Business Informatics).

Factors That Drive the Selection of Business Intelligence Tools in South African Financial Services Providers

Gina, Bonginkosi Phila 10 August 2021 (has links)
Innovation and technology advancements in information systems (IS) result in multiple product offerings and business intelligence (BI) software tools in the market to implement business intelligence systems (BIS). As a result, a high proportion of organisations fail to employ appropriate and suitable software tools meeting organisational needs, resulting in a prime number of BI solution failures and abandoned projects are therefore recorded. Due to such project failures, benefits associated with BI are not realised hence organisations loose enormous investments on BI solutions and competitive advantage. The study aims at discovering and exploring critical factors influencing the selection of BI tools when embarking on the selection process. This is a quantitative research study and questionnaire surveyed data was collected from 92 participants working in South African financial services providers listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) appearing in the top 100 based on market capitalization. The data was analysed quantitative by employing the use of SPSS and SmartPLS-3 software's to test the significance of influential factors using the proposed conceptual model that emerged from the literature. The findings showed that a combination of domain technical and non-technical factors is critical. Therefore, software tool technical factors (functionality, ease of use, compatibility, availability of an integrated hardware/software package, and availability of source code), vendor technical factors (availability of technical support, technical skills, quality of product, availability of user manual for important information, tutorial for learning and troubleshooting guide, and experience in using product developed by the same vendor), and opinion non-technical factors (end-users, subordinates, outside personnel acquaintances, and improvement in customer service) emerged as significant combination of influential factors to be considered. The study contributes to both academia and industry by providing influential determinants for software tool selection. It is hoped that the findings presented will contribute to a greater understanding of factors influencing the selection of BI tools to researchers and practitioners alike. Furthermore, organisations seeking to select and deliver appropriate BI tools will be better equipped to drive such endeavours.

Business Intelligence: la información como arma competitiva

Medina La Plata, Edison Humberto 06 November 2014 (has links)
En el mercado actual las empresas que pretendan ser más competitivas necesitan sacar ventaja de la información que mantienen, necesitan convertir los datos en conocimiento,analizando y utilizando la información para apoyar la toma de decisiones y la definición de acertadas estrategias de negocio. Business Intelligence (Inteligencia de Negocios) es el conjunto de estrategias y herramientas enfocadas en la administración y creación de conocimiento mediante el análisis de datos existentes en una organización.

Business Intelligence: Errores comunes en su implementación

Medina La Plata, Edison Humberto 04 November 2014 (has links)
Hoy las iniciativas de Business Intelligence se han vuelto una gran necesidad en las organizaciones de todo tipo y tamaño, sin embargo hemos encontrado que en muchos casos estas implementaciones no están generando los resultados esperados, quedando luego en desuso. Identificamos los errores típicos por las cuales fallan estos proyectos, que los hemos sintetizado en siete puntos que explican este deterioro, de los cuales estamos planteando recomendaciones para que puedan atenuarlos en sus propias iniciativas.

Business intelligence usage determinants: an assessment of factors influencing indivdual intentions to use a business intelligence system within a financial firm in South Africa

Nkuna, Deane 10 July 2012 (has links)
Although studies are conducted on economical gains due to BI system adoption, limited knowledge is available on factors which influence BI system usage. Identifying these factors is necessary for organisations because this may enable the design of effective BI systems, thus increasing the chance of firms adopting them to realise the actual value inherent in the exploitation of BI systems. The purpose of this study is, therefore, to investigate factors which influence BI system usage. The investigation employed constructs derived from three theoretical frameworks, namely technology acceptance model (TAM), task-technology fit (TTF) and social cognitive theory (SCT) as follows: intention to use, perceived usefulness, perceived ease use, task characteristics, technology characteristics, task-technology fit and computer self-efficacy. To test the hypotheses, data was collected by administering the study to 682 BI system users in a South African financial institution, SA-Bank, wherein 193 usable responses were received. The findings of the study with partial least squares (PLS) analysis indicated support for the joint use of constructs from the three theoretical frameworks, explaining 65% of BI system usage variance. Furthermore, the perceived usefulness of a BI system reflected a stronger influence as a factor of BI system usage over the beliefs that the system was easy to use, and the belief that it was aligned to the performance of business tasks. An unusual outcome in this study was the lack of influence of computer self-efficacy on BI system usage. Nonetheless, the study extended validation of the use of constructs derived from the three theoretical frameworks for a BI technology in the context of SA-Bank, thereby contributing to theory. Finally, the results of hypothesis testing suggested a starting point for practitioners towards designing BI systems, and recommendations and suggestions are included in this report.

Business Intelligence : Framtagning av kriterier innan val av BI-system för mindre företag / BI : BI för mindre företag

Ahmad, Hanna, Asmelash, Simon January 2017 (has links)
Syfte – Syftet med detta examensarbete är utreda vilka kriterier som är viktiga innan valet av ett BI-system för mindre företag med 10–30 anställda. Vidare så är ett annat syfte att hitta ett lämpligt BI-verktyg som är passande för mindre företag med 10–30 anställda.   Metod – Författarna har använt sig av semistrukturerade intervjuer och litteraturstudier för att sedan jämföras med varandra. De kvalitativa intervjuerna har genomförts genom att intervjua BI-experter från fem olika mindre företag. Litteraturstudier bestod av vetenskapliga artiklar, kurslitteratur och webbplatser inom studiens ämnesområde.   Resultat – Resultatet av detta examensarbete är framtagna kriterier och förslag på BI-verktyg, vid val av BI-system för mindre företag med 10–30 anställda   Implikationer – De framkomna resultaten i detta examensarbete tyder på att det finns brister på vad som är viktigt att tänka på inför framtida investering av ett BI-system anpassat för små organisationer på 10–30 anställda. Det saknas också kunskap gällande vilket BI-verktyg som är lämpligt för små organisationer på 10–30 anställda. Detta examensarbete riktar sig främst till mindre företag som är intresserade av att inskaffa ett BI-system till sin organisation.   Begränsningar – På grund av tidsbrist så höll författarna fem semistrukturerade intervjuer med BI-experter på fem olika företag med 10–30 anställda.   Nyckelord – Business Intelligence, beslutstagande, kriterier, mindre företag, system. / Purpose – The purpose of this thesis was to investigate which criteria that are vital before the choice of BI-system for small companies with 10-30 employees. Furthermore, to find an appropriate BI-tool that is applicable for small companies with 10-30 employees.   Method – The authors have used semi-structured interviews and literature studies. The qualitative interviews have been conducted by interviewing BI-experts from five smaller companies. The literature review consisted of scientific articles, course literature, and relevant web-pages.   Findings – The findings of this thesis are a production of criteria and a proposal on BI-tool, in the choice of BI-system for smaller companies with 10-30 employees.   Implications – The produced findings of this thesis indicate that there are gaps in what are essential to think of, before a future investment of a BI-system that is suitable for smaller companies with 10-30 employees. Furthermore, there is limited research about which BI-tool that is appropriate for smaller companies with 10-30 employees. This thesis is directed towards smaller companies that are interested in acquiring a BI-system to their organization.   Limitations – This thesis was limited by time constraints, that is why the authors remained their focus on companies with 10-30 employees.   Keywords – Business Intelligence, decision-making, criteria, smaller companies, system.

Implementace metrik help desk v malé IT firmě / Help Desk Metrics Implementation in a Small Company

Braverman, Jan January 2007 (has links)
V této práci byla navržena sada metrik vhodných pro měření help desku a ta byla podrobena mutlidimenzionální analýze. Základním konceptem pro celé řešení je metodika ITIL, proto je v práci obsažena i analýza odpovídajících procesů ITIL. Pro vyzkoušení některých metrik, byly tyto nasazeny v help desk aplikaci. Navržená sada metrik byla zúžena na ty, které jsou uplatnitelné v malé firmě. Závěr práce vyhodnocuje provoz vybraných metrik nad reálnými daty a zkoumá možné způsoby interpretace získaných výsledků.

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