Eb Business intelligence technology success factors determine business performance within Libyan commercial businesses


  • Ebrahem Ali Elburase Elburase
  • Belaid Mohammed Addokali Tripoli University, Tripoli, Libya


The present article has the primary goal is to determine the impact of business intelligence on the performance of commercial societies in Libya. The empirical method of linear regression was applied to the data from primary sources on a sample of 384 commercial companies. To that end, the formulated questions correspond to the questionnaire used by Ahumada and Perusquia (2016), which consists of 37 questions based on the variables established in aim's study to determine the general hypothesis. To obtain more precise deductions, different questions were introduced based on the control variables. The findings revealed that business intelligence interventions are positively associated with business performance. Market Stall's financial indicators showed statistically that there is a high level of significance in relation to the independent variable. On the other hand, age, size, and human capital are other factors that influence the optimum performance of companies.



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Elburase, E. . A., & Addokali, B. M. (2023). Eb Business intelligence technology success factors determine business performance within Libyan commercial businesses. Journal of Reproducible Research, 1(1), 71–82. Retrieved from https://journalrrsite.com/index.php/Myjrr/article/view/20