Business intelligence technologies have received much attention recently from both academics and practitioners. However, the impact of business intelligence (BI) on corporate performance management (CPM) has not yet been investigated. To address this gap, we conducted a large-scale survey collecting data from 337 senior managers. Partial least square method was employed to analyse the survey data. Findings suggest that the more effective the BI implementation, the more effective the CPM-related planning and analytic practices. Interestingly, size and industry sector do not influence the relationships between BI effectiveness and the CPM. This research offers a number of implications for theory and practice.
Richards, Gregory; Yeoh, William; Chong, Alain Yee-Loong; and Popovič, Aleš, "AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IMPACT ON CORPORATE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT" (2014). PACIS 2014 Proceedings. 341.