International Journal of Business Intelligence Research


Databases & Information Systems

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Editor-in-Chief: Ana Azevedo (CEOS.PP, ISCAP, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal) Published Continuous Volume. Est. 2010.

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The International Journal of Business Intelligence Research (IJBIR) is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to exchanging the latest research and applications, from the academy and the industry, on all aspects of Business Intelligence (BI) use in organizations. BI can be presented as an architecture, tool, technology, or system that gathers and stores data, analyzes it using analytical tools, and delivers information and/or knowledge, facilitating reporting, querying, and ultimately, allowing organizations to improve decision making. We have witnessed significant and fast changes in the field. Initially more focused on descriptive analytics, BI systems were dedicated mainly to producing reports to make information available to decision makers. BI is now a multidisciplinary area. Topics such as data visualization and dashboards and the integration of predictive and prescriptive analytics as components of the architectures of BI systems, among other topics, are relevant to the field and worth being considered for research. The more traditional topics related to data warehouse design, modelling and implementation, business analytics and business process management environments, interfaces evaluation, and the critical factors for BI are still relevant for research. Focusing on the Information Systems triad “Business Processes + Persons + Technologies” and its several interactions is also vital in this context.

ISSN: 1947-3591|EISSN: 1947-3605|DOI: 10.4018/IJBIR


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This journal publishes original research by academic, business, and government contributors on strategies, governance, tools, applications, techniques, and technologies for BI. The Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Business Intelligence Research (IJBIR) would like to invite you to submit to this respected academic journal.



The mission of the International Journal of Business Intelligence Research (IJBIR) is to advance research in the field of Business Intelligence (BI), providing a global forum for the discussion of diverse aspects and issues that affect the field. IJBIR is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the exchange of the latest ideas and research on all aspects of practicing and managing BI in organizations. IJBIR takes a multidisciplinary approach to the examination of the BI field. This journal promotes submissions from all regions of the world that address the theories and the practices that impact the field.



High-quality submissions are encouraged using qualitative, quantitative, or mixed research approaches Systematic literature reviews on related topics are also welcome. Submissions are especially encouraged covering the following topics:

• Trends in business intelligence research • Best practices in business intelligence • Critical assessments of business intelligence solutions • Critical assessments of business intelligence technologies • Critical success factors in business intelligence adoption and practice • Enablers and inhibitors for business intelligence • Development of business intelligence architectures • Data warehousing strategies • Predictive analytics for business intelligence • Prescriptive analytics for business intelligence • Business intelligence in support of business processes management • Business intelligence and decision-making • Group practices in business intelligence • Artificial intelligence and business intelligence • Generative AI applications for business intelligence systems • Issues pertaining to analyst and decision-maker interactions • Knowledge transfer and sharing behaviors in business intelligence • Methodologies and processes for managing business intelligence activities • Metrics and their effectiveness • Organizational culture and its impact on business intelligence and vice-versa • Relationship between knowledge management and business intelligence • Theories that enlighten business intelligence and decision-making • Using business intelligence for security analysis and fraud detection • Business intelligence in educational environments • Business intelligence applications • Security issues in business intelligence systems • Ethical and legal issues related to business intelligence • Business intelligence and blockchain • Business intelligence and digital transformation


All inquiries regarding IJBIR should be directed to the attention of:


Ana Azevedo




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