University of Johannesburg
With the proliferation of the data warehouses as supportive decision making tools, organizations are increasingly looking forward for a complete data warehouse success model that would manage the enormous amounts of growing data. It is therefore important to measure the success of these massive projects. While general is success models have received great deals of attention, few research has been conducted to assess the success of data warehouses for strategic business intelligence purposes. The framework developed in this study consists of the following nine measures: vendors and consultants, management actions, system quality, information quality, data warehouse usage, perceived utility, individual decision making impact, organizational decision making impact, and corporate strategic goals attainment.