Intelligent Systems, Databases and Business Intelligence
The development and use of intelligent systems within economic entities allow managers to use stored knowledge to solve complex problems within the entity and to take strategic decisions. Nowadays, the multitude of networks such as Internet, Intranet, Extranet and of other telecommunication networks enables global interconnectivity and therefore planetary manifestation of the entities. Since globalization, the modern enterprise must satisfy the needs of global business in a global informational society so that applications from any point on the globe to be able to access and process the data and knowledge necessary in the worker’s knowledge activity. On the other hand, the use of intelligent systems that are permanent, do not go on strike, do not apply for leave, can store, view and process large volumes of data and knowledge and can work 24 hours in 24, provides an independency of management from employees and puts accumulated knowledge available to all managers assisting them in solving complex problems and making decisions.
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