Business Intelligence Implementation Success Framework: A Literature Review

Haitham Alali, MI Nofal, Malek Alharafsheh


In contemporary competitive business context, managers are increasingly using Business Intelligence (BI) as the technique and solution to improve their understanding of a business environment.  This paper introduces studies performed on the implementation of BI in SMEs between 2000 and 2015, and it is multi-purpose. First, it examines types of research questions addressed by studies of BI carried out in developing countries. Second, its purpose is to identify the gaps in the BI studies in these countries. Third, it aims to be a base for developing a framework for BI implementation success through the classification of the critical success factors (CSFs) found in the relevant literature. Due to this model, BI stakeholders can identify and understand the crucial factors behind the successful implementation of BI systems in SMEs.

Keywords: business intelligence, small and medium-sized enterprises, literature review, critical success factors.

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-6-02

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