One of the ways of cooperation between the businesses and the universities – Unified data management using the Business Intelligence portal

dc.contributor.authorSeturidze, Rusudan
dc.contributor.authorTopuria, Nino
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dc.description.abstractThe effective cooperation between the businesses and the universities is essential and has to be treasured as contributing to knowledge and economy. University – business cooperation (UBC) is considered as a priority for the development of the fields of both, education and business. The experience shows that the universities and the business speak different languages. The gap between the worlds of education and business is explained with the conservativeness of the higher education institutions, and the dynamic business environment. It is mostly implemented at a bilateral level and focused on joint projects and practical initiatives of common interest (Rakovska et al., 2013). The article gives conclusions and recommendations regarding the cooperation between the university and the business. Different models are construed regarding this issue and a united business analytics portal and ways of its management are developed. Based on cloud-based business intelligence services, users can view and share reports and dashboards on the web and mobile devices. The data are analyzed what allows elaborating and improving the cooperation between the university and the business.en_US
dc.identifier.citation7-TH BUSINESS SYSTEMS LABORATORY INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM. „SOCIO-ECONOMIC ECOSYSTEMS: Challenges for Sustainable Development in the Digital Era“. University of Alicante. Polytechnic school, January 22-24, pp. 283-289, 2020.en_US
dc.publisherBusiness Systems Laboratoryen_US
dc.subjectEducation, Management, Business, BI, HEI.en_US
dc.titleOne of the ways of cooperation between the businesses and the universities – Unified data management using the Business Intelligence portalen_US
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