‘Knowledge Management and Data Mining’ Linked in E-business: Case study
E-business has altered the face of the majority business functions in competitive endeavours throughout the world. E-business operations are enterprise resource planning (ERP) and interconnected systems such as supply chain management (SCM) and customer relationship management (CRM). Data mining is developed as a province of basic and functional research in e-business which has proved successful time and time again. Effective knowledge management (KM) improves products, enhances operational effectiveness, speeds operation, strengthens sales and profits, and initiates customer satisfaction. The objective of this study is to create an alliance with e-business, KM and data mining and to outline its issues and trends. For that reason, at the outset, it will provide a too the point assessment on knowledge management, e-business, and data mining and illustrate the finer points of the decision support system. The research will shed light on the relationship and complementary relationships between the knowledge management and e-business with concepts that characterise data mining.
Knowledge management and knowledge process is defined and attention is drawn to the necessity for integration with e-business. Thirdly, it presents data mining and research data mining in regards to the data warehouse environment. Subsequently, the text will cover the characteristics of e-business in the contemporary marketplace. By utilisation of this description, it can drive business process with e-business application, architecture and knowledge process frameworks. As a final point, summarising together Intellectual Decision Support System and knowledge management with data mining the relevant model is talked about. It puts forward the anticipated Knowledge Management architecture and argues how the decision support system and data mining can improve Knowledge Management for the...