Impact of Business Intelligence Competencies on the Organizational Capabilities in Jordanian Banks
Mohammad Atwah Al-Maaitah
DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2018.1144.1154
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 14, Issue 8
This study aims to identify the role of business intelligence competencies (Managerial competencies, Technical competencies and cultural competencies) on the organizational capabilities in Jordanian banks (process improvement, innovations, flexibility, agility). Hence, a questionnaire was used to gather data to achieve the purpose of this study. Since it is difficult to cover the total population, a convenient sample was used. Therefore, 385 questionnaires were distributed and 340 were retrieved, 320 of which were suitable for analysis. Structural equation modeling via PLS3 was used to analyze the data. The findings from this study show that the level of availability of Business Intelligence competencies and organizational capabilities in Jordanian banks were medium. The core conclusion of this study proves that business intelligence competencies have a significant impact on the organizational capabilities in Jordanian banks. The main recommendation of this study was to continually assess the efficiency of business intelligence competencies in Jordanian commercial banks in order to develop them in line with the changing environment and new business requirements.
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