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Volume IX Issue 3(29) Fall 2014 The Architecture of Management Cockpit for Support of Decision-Making Pavel Turčínek, Jaromír Landa, Tomáš KoubekDepartment of Informatics, Mendel University in Brno, Zemedelská 1, 61300 Brno, Czech Republic[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]Abstract: Present time is characterized by limited availability of resources. Not only organizations are limited by amounts of nonrenewable natural resources, but also by amounts of renewable resources like human, financial and time resources. Today issue with resources is raising demand for them. It is this rising demand that leads to optimization of handling, choosing and use of these resources by use of Decision support systems. The goal of this article is to define the management cockpit architecture of research portal designed to support decision-making not only from technical-technological point of view but also from user-content angle. This article explores modern approaches to management cockpit and modern methods and methodologies related to Business Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence and Decision support systems. By comparison of modern cockpit approaches is defined architecture that connects technical-technological view and user-content view and by that assigns software tools to decision-making activities. The main reason for creating and using management cockpit is to effectively use information technologies at day to day management tasks. Management cockpit is designed to ease and accelerate decision-making processes of company management. The emphasis is on involvement of knowledge discovery in databases and its use in management decision-making. By creating a management cockpit we can present company data to managers in a form from which they can use them in their decision-making processes.