Business Intelligence Acceptance: The Prominence of Organizational Factors

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31 Pages Posted: 2 Dec 2014

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Tanja Grublješič

University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics

Jurij Jaklič

University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics

Date Written: July 1, 2014

Abstract

The specifics of BIS compared to operational IS motivate the necessity to research the BIS acceptance determinants separately. We followed an exploratory approach in order to conceptualize a business intelligence acceptance model. Our findings show that in the BIS context, there is a significant emphasis on organizational factors, such as result demonstrability, social influence and facilitating conditions with sufficient resources that help build an adequate information culture all substantially influencing the effective acceptance of BIS.

Keywords: business intelligence systems, IT acceptance, specifics of BIS, acceptance and use of BIS

JEL Classification: M00

Suggested Citation

Grublješič, Tanja and Jaklič, Jurij, Business Intelligence Acceptance: The Prominence of Organizational Factors (July 1, 2014). Taylor and Francis Online, Proquest and EBSCOhost database, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2532803

Tanja Grublješič (Contact Author)

University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics ( email )

Kardeljeva ploščad 17
Ljubljana, 1000
Slovenia

Jurij Jaklič

University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics ( email )

Kardeljeva ploscad 17
Ljubljana, 1000
Slovenia

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