This column is focused on measuring business intelligence (BI) success. The column topics will cover The TBIA Business Intelligence Capability Maturity Model, which is a blueprint for the audit of business intelligence assets. This BI capability maturity model includes the following components:
This is the second column in the series of articles focused on BI key performance indicators (KPIs). These KPIs are key business and technical drivers which are necessary for successful creation and management of BI assets (see Figure 1). These KPIs have been developed for the TBIA Business Intelligence Capability Maturity Model in order to provide measurement factors which can be used in the assessment of the BI assets. The KPIs are used in a manner similar to which we might use height as a measurement factor for an object or person.
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