Relationship between Business Intelligence Components and Financial Reporting Quality in Firms

Document Type: Original Manuscript

Authors

1 Ph.D. Of Accounting, Director of the Masters╩╣ Department, Kherad institute of Higher education, Bushehr. Iran.

2 Associate Professor of Accounting, Firoozabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Fars. Iran.

3 Associate Professor of Industrial Management, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, Iran.

10.22094/joie.2020.575354.1585

Abstract

The purpose of this research studies the impact of business intelligence on the financial reporting quality of listed companies in the Tehran Stock Exchange using structural equation modeling. The instruments of this research were the business Intelligence Questionnaire (Provich, 2012) and the financial statements of listed companies in The Tehran Stock Exchange to study of the financial reporting quality. For this purpose, the data of 182 listed companies in the Tehran Stock Exchange in 2018 was collected and processed. To analyze the data, Partial Least Squares Method and PLS-3 software were used. The findings of the research showed that each of the components of business intelligence including data integrity, analytical capabilities, information content quality, information access quality, use of information in business process, and Analytical decision - making culture has a positive and significant effect on the financial reporting quality

Graphical Abstract

Relationship between Business Intelligence Components and Financial Reporting Quality in Firms

Highlights

  • Application of business intelligence in financial matters
  •  Interdisciplinary research in the field of activities of Iranian companies
  •  Retrieved from Ph.D.
  •  Used by many natural persons including managers, accountants, and legal entities such as manufacturing industries and business units

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