To operate enterprise activities, a large number of queries need to be processed every day through an enterprise system. Consequently, such a system frequently faces hugely overloaded information and incurs high delay in producing query responses for big data. This is because, traditional queries are normally treated with equal importance. With the advent of big data and its use in enterprise systems and the growth of process complexity, the traditional approach of query processing is no more suitable as it does not consider semantic information and captures all data irrespective of their relevance to a business organization, which eventually increases the computational time in both big data collection and analysis. The significance level of a query can make a trade-off between query response delay and the extent of data collection and analysis. This motivates us to concentrate on determining the significance level of a query considering its importance to an enterprise system. To our knowledge, no such approach is available in the literature. To bridge this research gap, this paper, for the first time, proposes an approach to determine the significance level of a query to prioritize them with the relevance to a business organization. As business processes play key roles in any enterprise system and all business processes are not equally important, this is done by determining the semantic similarity between a query and the processes of a business organization and the importance of a business process to that organization. With a case study on an enterprise system of a retail company, the results produced by our proposed approach have shown that significance level is higher for more important queries compared to the less important ones.