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|Title:||Business intelligence architecture and strategy|
|Authors:||Strategy and Reform Division;Moo, Stephen;Kerr, Peter;De Silva, Francis;Luke, Kristine;Robson, Jeff;Lanagan, Amanda|
|subject:||expert systems;business management;strategy;policy;planning;tactics;Dept. of Health and Families|
|Publisher:||Data Warehouse Systems, Dept. of Health and Families|
|Description:||The Strategy advocates the need to develop and implement an appropriate architecture to support the Department’s business intelligence objectives and aspirations. The architectural approach acknowledges the complexity and dependencies that exist between the many components of business intelligence that range from timely and accurate collection of information at point of service, through the technical complexity of data transformation and end user reporting and analysis. The strategy also recognises the need to increase information use for a broad range of strategic, operational and research purposes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Collection|
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