The ability to ask intelligent questions of business intelligence systems is limited by the highly structured and complex nature of the systems, two experts said Wednesday at a meeting of the Wall Street Technology Association.

“Traditional business approaches as we know them have not proven really successful,’’ said Boris Evelson, a principal analyst at Forrester Research, at the association’s “Data Foundations and Business Intelligence” seminar at the Westin Hotel in Times Square.

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