Application of Busines Intelligence as a Decision Support System to the Editorial Sector of Distance Education (DE)
Walther Azzolini Junior,
Luciano Bérgamo and
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Walther Azzolini Junior: University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Luciano Bérgamo: University Center of Araraquara, Brazil
Lucas Lima: UNIARA University of Araraquara, Brazil
In recent years, industrial and service organizations have invested in improvement projects with emphasis on increasing the performance of processes regarding to the production of manufactured goods and services, applying techniques to optimize production time in order to minimize the restrictive effects of the funds invested in processing or obtaining processes in order to reduce the losses of general scope. This paper discusses the impact of the innovation in making use of BI´s concepts about production records of a publishing area in a Higher Education Institution (HEI) that promotes Distance Education (DE) in Brazil, helping the industry in their managements decisions, having as a target minimize time on production of learning material through more effective control with the use of cubes in the form of reports for metric queries of delivery delays and metrics on the production tasks financial values, filtering the information processed so that managers can view information from various angles and managerial perspectives.
Keywords: business intelligence; data warehouse; distance education (DE); free software and open source software; open source; Pentaho (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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