An architecture for ad-hoc and collaborative business intelligence

Henrike Berthold, Philipp Rösch, Stefan Zöller, Felix Wortmann, Alessio Carenini, Stuart Campbell, Pascal Bisson, Frank Strohmaier
2010 Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Data Semantics - DataSem '10  
The success of organizations or business networks depends on fast and well-founded decisions taken by the relevant people in their specific area of responsibility. To enable timely and well-founded decisions, it is often necessary to perform ad-hoc analyses in a collaborative manner involving domain experts, line-of-business managers, key suppliers or customers. Current Business Intelligence (BI) solutions fail to meet the challenges of ad-hoc and collaborative decision support, slowing down
more » ... hurting organizations. The main goal of our envisioned system, which will be designed and implemented in a future research project, is to realize a highly scalable and flexible platform for collaborative, ad-hoc BI over large data sets. This will be achieved by developing methodologies, concepts and an infrastructure to enable an information self-service for business users and collaborative decision making over high-volume data sources within and across organizations.
doi:10.1145/1754239.1754254 dblp:conf/edbtw/BertholdRZWCCBS10 fatcat:r325fndxujhfvjxjemhtfjf4ee