Business Intelligence in the Digital Economy: Opportunities, Limitations and Risks

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Idea Group Pub., 2004 - Business & Economics - 289 pages
Business Intelligence in the Digital Economy: Opportunities, Limitations and Risks describes what Business Intelligence (BI) is, how it is being conducted and managed and its major opportunities, limitations, issues and risks. This book takes an in-depth look at the scope of global technological change and BI. During this transition to BI, information does not merely add efficiency to the transaction; it adds value. Companies that are able to leverage the speed and ubiquity of digital communications are going to have the advantage over those who are late-adopters in the years to come. The book brings together high quality expository discussions from experts in this field to identify, define, and explore BI methodologies, systems, and approaches in order to understand the opportunities, limitations and risks.

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Dr. Mahesh S. Raisinghani, is a faculty member at the Graduate School of Management, University of Dallas, where he teaches MBA courses in Information Systems and E-Business, and serves as Program Director of E-Business. He is also the President and CEO of Raisinghani and Associates International, Inc., a diversified global firm with interests in strategic information systems consulting and technology options trading. Dr. Raisinghani earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a Certified E-Commerce Consultant (CEC). Dr. Raisinghani was the recipient of the 1999 UD Presidential Award, 2001 King/Haggar Award for excellence in teaching, research and service; 2002 research award and a finalist at the 2002 Asian Chamber of Commerce awards. Dr. Raisinghani won the Organizational service Award for being the Best Track Chair at IRMA 2002. As a global thought leader on E-Business and Global Information Systems, he serves as the VP of Global IT Management Association and the chairman of IRMA's Special Research Cluster on E-Business. He has also served as the local chair of the International Symposium on Research Methods in 2002 and the World Conference on Global Information Technology Management in 2001; and as the track chair for E-Commerce Technologies Management at the Information Resources Management Association since 1999.

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