Investigating the Integrated Approach to Business Intelligent Systems with Focus on Data Mining

Document Type : Review article


1 Master of Information Technology Engineering, K.N.Toosi -Tehran-Iran

2 Faculty of Industrial Engineering K. N. Toosi University of Technology


In the business world and knowledge age, intelligence is one of the undeniable requirements for most organizations so that they can increase their capabilities by increasing deploying knowledge and awareness, and prepare themselves to adapt to changes and environment. Business intelligence is a set of abilities, technologies, tools and solutions that help you better understand business conditions and adapt to it. Data mining is known as a powerful business intelligence tool for discovery, but has not yet fully integrated with it. in the literature, less found a comprehensive and complete approach embracing all aspects of business intelligence. The purpose of this study is to examine the integrated approach that has been reviewed by validated and evaluated models and addresses various aspects of business intelligence, including cost-effective implementation, effective application and system evaluation. It has bees introduced the use of intelligent agents and usiness process data-mining languages In the implementation phase, process of sharing knowledge between the organization's specialists and managers in application phase, and the evaluation of systems in the last phase.



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