—Despite of advancement in technology and the overwhelming acceptance of BI tools in enterprise world, human-computer interaction during strategic decision making process is still a question mark. This is so because BI–information flow is mainly derived more from data models than by management oriented decision models or knowledge management. Non-BI factors which greatly influence strategic decision making in real world are still overlooked or very vaguely defined. We describe a BI-Model in context of project upraising which supports non-BI factors concerning to particular business needs to make possible a seamless integration of technology into a logical business intelligence environment. Thus enable modeling management decisions and to map business intelligence, knowledge management, human intellect in traditional BI to develop a Real Business Intelligence. The study also encompasses some of the BI models/frameworks in perspective of non-BI and human-computer interaction. We compare our BI model with traditional BI frameworks, illustrating the importance of non-BI factors and share our experience and the lessons learned in architecting and implementing the framework.
—BI, business intelligence, real BI, RBI
The authors are with Department of Computer Sciences, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), Islamabad, Pakistan (email: email@example.com).
Cite:Muhammad Irfan Rafiq, Abid Farooq, and Muhammad Usman Mirza, "Business Intelligence Framework Supporting Non-BI Factors," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 608-612, 2013.