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Textual content bargains versions to constitution the gathering and processing of strategically correct details inside firms. bargains how you can arrange the intelligence procedure with right easy methods to construct an enough infrastructure that considers the technological, structural, and human features. DLC: enterprise intelligence.

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Other problems have to do with costs and implementation: data warehouses require large budgets and much implementation time and effort. Cook and Cook (2000, Chapter IX) also refer to the “high expectations” organizations have regarding BI software. In particular, one cannot expect BI software to produce intelligence. In their view, the results from analyzing data in a warehouse produce data that should “be analyzed and directly applied to a specific problem” to become intelligence. Therefore, “human intervention” is still needed.

ERP packages: What’s next? Information Systems Management, (Summer), 31-35. E. & Long, N. (2002). ). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. M. (1998). Data warehousing and CI: An evaluation. Competitive Intelligence Review, 9(1), 38-43. McClurg, R. (2001). Using the Internet for gathering competitive intelligence. G. L. ), Managing Frontiers in Competitive Intelligence (pp. 61-76). Westport: Quorum. Copyright © 2004, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc.

TRA identifies intention to act as the main determinant of human action and attitude towards behavior as the decisive element in the intention to act. In line with this conception TAM suggests that to understand the acceptance of information technology (IT) one should look for variables explaining attitude towards IT usage and intention to use IT. TAM identifies perceived usefulness (PU) and perceived ease-of-use (PEU) as the key independent variables influencing the IT-related attitude and intention to use.

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