There are many terms to describe what makes up the sum total of what a business or organization knows. Business intelligence can be defined as the gathering, organization, analysis and communication of actionable information on competitors, customers, and the industry to support strategic and tactical decision-making. Another term, "intellectual assets", reflects the often unrecognized value of corporate knowledge.
Discusses the requirements for discovering and accumulating knowledge to achieve successful business intelligence. By Michael H. Brackett in DM Review.
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