An implementation framework of Business intelligence in E-government systems for developing countries Case study: Morocco E-government system
The increase of information societies in developing countries makes governing process a great challenge, and governments who want to step up to the technological plate and deliver services to their citizen in an electronic manner, need to keep track of an immense amount of data collected each day for making “just-in time” decision or forecasting for the long term management. In spite of taking lots of initiative for computerization, launching, and implementing e-government system, the government decision makers are currently having difficulty in obtaining meaningful information in a timely manner. Therefore the accompanying business intelligence functions to create highly efficient, productive environments in which transactional and analytical functions operate cooperatively and efficiently should be applied in a parallel manner with data collecting process. In our paper, we analyze and suggest an implementation framework of Business intelligence in Morocco e-government system.
Published in: International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2017)
- Date of Conference: 17-19 July 2017
- DOI: 10.2053/iSociety.2017.0023
- ISBN: 978-1-908320-80-3
- Conference Location: Dublin, Ireland