The true determinants of business intelligence (BI) project success go well beyond the mechanics of finishing on time and on budget. Data quality, user buy-in and training, and consideration of future needs are among the factors that separate simple BI implementations from those that drive increases in organizational performance.

Without proper data, BI is meaningless. The identification of required source system data and how that data interrelates are the essential pieces in the delivery of an organization's BI. Data delivery encompasses two aspects:

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