Business intelligence and its role in organizational agility
González Calderón, Jorge Leonardo
Palacios Rozo, Jairo Jamith
Perea Sandoval, Julio Alberto
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Business Intelligence (BI) is one of the business tools on which competitive advantages of various world-class companies are based. Also in the highly competitive and changing global environment, the ability of an organization to detect changes, make decisions and to do a fast implementation, is the difference between grow or disappear; this attribute in an organization is named Organizational Agility (AO). In this paper, through the systematic review of the literature, the state of art of both fields (BI and AO) is established and in particular studies examining the relationship between the two. The research about this relation is beginning, and therefore is a field with much to explore.About BI, its evolution is denoted on the concepts of maturity, technical and analytical technologies. Referring to organizational agility, the concept is reviewed as such and factors that promote, with special emphasis on the factors for the couple of concepts. The conclusion is that a positive relationship is two-way, the AO is favored with BI projects in BI mature companies, and agile enterprises obtain better results of BI.
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