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Cyclopaedia of commercial and business anecdotes

R. M. Devens

Cyclopaedia of commercial and business anecdotes

comprising interesting reminiscences and facts, remarkable traits and humors ... of merchants, traders, bankers, mercantile celebrities ...

by R. M. Devens

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Published by D. Appleton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business -- Anecdotes

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frazer Kirkland
    GenreAnecdotes
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 18328-18337
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v. (xxviii, 779 p.)
    Number of Pages779
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14991332M

    The premises of Business Intelligence: The first words “Business Intelligence” were pronounced in by Richard Devens in the book Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes Volume 1. In this book, Richard Devens uses it to describe the way that a banker, Sir Henry Furnese, succeeded: he had an understanding of political issues.   This was the year when Professor Richard Miller Devens coined the term ‘business intelligence’ referring to common reminiscent between bankers’ decision making in his book ‘Cyclopaedia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes’. The same term is used nowadays for all corporate data-related analytic processes.

    CyclopDia Of Commercial and Business Anecdotes. The Pictorial Book Of Anecdotes and Incidents Of the War Of the Rebellion, Civil, Military, Naval and Domestic From the Time Of the Memorable Toast Of Andrew Jackson--The Federal Union. American Progress. Cyclopaedia Of . Business intelligence – over years old. Rob Meredith wrote in the Monash University Business Intelligence Blog that the term ‘business intelligence’ dates back to In that year, Richard Millar Devens used the term in his book ‘Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes’ (page ). Sir Henry Furnese profited by receiving information about his environment before his Author: Christian Nordqvist.

      In , Richard Millar Devens presented the phrase “Business Intelligence” (BI) in the Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business was using it to describe how Sir Henry Furnese, a banker, profited from information by gathering and acting on it before his competition. The Origins of Business Intelligence. The term “business intelligence” first appeared in the book, The Cyclopaedia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes, by Richard Miller Devens. A banker known as Sir Henry Furnese collected hoards of information on the current market and customers, allowing him to make better informed business decisions.


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Devens used the term to describe how the banker Sir Henry Furnese gained profit by receiving and acting upon information about his environment, prior to his competitors. Throughout Holland, Flanders, France, and Germany, he maintained a.

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