2016 Business Intelligence and Analytics Conference (BIAC2016)

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2016 Business Intelligence and Analytics Conference (BIAC2016)

Conference date: 18th November 2016 (Friday)

Conference venue: Deakin University Burwood Corporate Centre, Level 2, Building LB, 221 Burwood Highway, Burwood

Registration fee: FREE for first 40 registrants (AUD$100 will be charged for no show)

Note: Besides in-person conference attendance mode, online participation/ presentation (via Skype video link) is available for all too (see Register-ticket type).


BIAC 2016 is to establish a forum for researchers and practitioners to present their investigation and reporting on business intelligence and analytics research. We welcome paper submissions on all aspects of the business intelligence and analytics discipline, including organisational issues, technological developments, educational issues, and analytical techniques that foster or inhibit evidence-based decision-making in organisations.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

­   Analyses of business intelligence applications and analytics

­   Best practices in business intelligence/ analytics

­   Business intelligence/ analytics and CRM

­   Business intelligence/ analytics and market basket analysis

­   Business intelligence / analytics education

­   Business intelligence/ analytics in small and medium enterprises

­   Business intelligence/ analytics technology utilization in organisations

­   Business intelligence/ analytics training issues

­   Case studies in business intelligence/ analytics

­   Critical assessments of business intelligence/ analytics solutions

­   Critical success factors in business intelligence/ analytics adoption

­   Data warehousing and data mining strategies for business intelligence/ analytics

­   Development of business intelligence/ analytics architectures

­   Enablers and inhibitors for business intelligence/ analytics

­   Examination of the use of analytics in support of business processes and decision-making

­   Global issues in business intelligence/ analytics

­   Group practices in business intelligence/ analytics

­   Issues pertaining to analyst/decision-maker interactions

­   Knowledge transfer and sharing behaviours in business intelligence/ analytics

­   Methodologies and processes for managing business intelligence / analytics activities

­   Metrics and their effectiveness in business intelligence analyses

­   Organisational culture and its impact on business intelligence/ analytics

­   Relationship between knowledge management and business intelligence/ analytics

­   Retail business intelligence and analytics

­   Theories that enlighten business intelligence & decision-making

­   Trends in business intelligence/ analytics research

­   Using business intelligence/ analytics for security analysis and fraud detection


Accepted papers (5000-9000 words) will be considered for BIAC2016 special issue publication in International Journal of Business Intelligence Research

& regular issue of International Journal of Business Analytics (for computer science papers)


& Conference Best Paper Awards


Paper Submission: 15 October 2016 (firm deadline)

Author Notification: 22 October 2016

Camera ready / registration deadline: 31 October 2016 (Free rego for all authors of accepted papers)


Papers should be prepared in IGI journal format and emailed directly to:


IGI journal formatting information:

BIAC 2016 Conference Co-Chairs
William Yeoh, Deakin University

Rens Scheepers, Deakin University

Tristan Chong, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Steven Guan, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University



An event supported by Watson Analytics Global Academics Network (WAGAN): 


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