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International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA)

ISSN: 2074-904X (Print), ISSN: 2074-9058 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJISA Vol.14, No.1, Feb. 2022

Towards an Intelligent Machine Learning-based Business Approach

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Author(s)

Mohamed Nazih Omri, Wafa Mribah

Index Terms

Machine learning;Business Project Management;Agile;BI tool;Data-driven;Predictive

Abstract

With the constant increase of data induced by stakeholders throughout a product life cycle, companies tend to rely on project management tools for guidance. Business intelligence approaches that are project-oriented will help the team communicate better, plan their next steps, have an overview of the current project state and take concrete actions prior to the provided forecasts. The spread of agile working mindsets are making these tools even more useful. It sets a basic understanding of how the project should be running so that the implementation is easy to follow on and easy to use.

In this paper, we offer a model that makes project management accessible from different software development tools and different data sources. Our model provide project data analysis to improve aspects: (i) collaboration which includes team communication, team dashboard. It also optimizes document sharing, deadlines and status updates. (ii) planning: allows the tasks described by the software to be used and made visible. It will also involve tracking task time to display any barriers to work that some members might be facing without reporting them. (iii) forecasting to predict future results from behavioral data, which will allow concrete measures to be taken. And (iv) Documentation to involve reports that summarize all relevant project information, such as time spent on tasks and charts that study the status of the project. The experimental study carried out on the various  data collections on our model and on the main models that we have studied in the literature, as well as the analysis of the results, which we obtained, clearly show the limits of these studied models and confirms the performance of our model as well as efficiency in terms of precision, recall and robustness.

Cite This Paper

Mohamed Nazih Omri, Wafa Mribah, "Towards an Intelligent Machine Learning-based Business Approach", International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA), Vol.14, No.1, pp.1-23, 2022. DOI: 10.5815/ijisa.2022.01.01

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