The paper deals with the level of adoption of Business Performance Analytics among Italian companies and the potential support to the whole Performance Measurement Systems. The results highlight on average a poor development of this kind of tools and techniques, even if some companies show a very "advanced" approach. An other relevant findings is related to the relationship between the adoption of BPAs and a better information support perceived by the managers.

Business Performance Analytics: level of adoption and support provided to Performance Measurement Systems

SILVI, RICCARDO;BARTOLINI, MONICA;RAFFONI, ANNA;VISANI, FRANCO
2012

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The paper deals with the level of adoption of Business Performance Analytics among Italian companies and the potential support to the whole Performance Measurement Systems. The results highlight on average a poor development of this kind of tools and techniques, even if some companies show a very "advanced" approach. An other relevant findings is related to the relationship between the adoption of BPAs and a better information support perceived by the managers.
R. Silvi; M. Bartolini; A. Raffoni; F. Visani
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