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The Challenges of Performance Analytics Summary
In order to make performance-based management work, all participants must have an incentive to allow themselves to be somewhat vulnerable in exchange for an opportunity for a much greater reward.

Topics: Analytics, Performance Management, CRM, Customer Data Integration

by David Loshin | 0 comments
Predictive Analysis and the Business of Government Summary
While it is important in business intelligence to not forget about the past or the present, there is clearly maximum value in being able to get a glimpse of the future.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Predictive Analytics

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
How Close is Bar Code to RFID & What are the Implications for Hiring RFID Employees? Summary
Using a popular technology adoption model as a framework, this article discusses the adoption of RFID technology, compares and contrasts the adoption of bar code and RFID technologies, and then presents the implications for hiring RFID employees.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Predictive Analytics

by Michael Shiff | 0 comments
The Benefits of Enterprise System Consolidation for Business Performance Management and Business Intelligence Summary
Consolidating your vendors will help you increase the likelihood of success of your business performance management initiatives as you extend the range of users across the company.

Topics: Performance Management

by John Colbert | 0 comments
Business Intelligence and Business Performance Management: A Marriage Made in Heaven? Summary
Business intelligence and business performance management are both growing and will continue to show strong momentum for some time to come.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence

by Craig Schiff | 0 comments
Data Warehouse Stabilization Summary
While a data warehouse is truly never finished, it will reach a point of semantic stabilization.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Modeling and Design

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
The Linux Liability Problem Summary
The greatest differentiator between OS vendors is no longer a question of features, function, performance, customer support, security, reliability or any feature of the product itself. The future of computing may depend on the lawyers.

Topics: Open Source BI

by Pete Loshin | 0 comments
Should Budgeting be a Managed Service? Summary
This article will look at a slightly controversial approach to budgeting: outsourcing your budgeting applications.

Topics: Open Source BI

by Bernie Akporiaye | 0 comments
Best Practices Marketing Database Content, Part 2 Summary
Building on Part 1 of this series, this article contains two case studies on successful CRM, and also provides a cautionary tale of database content that is very far from best practices.

Topics: Open Source BI

by Jim Wheaton | 0 comments
Drawing the Line Summary
Setting an arbitrary line based on date for the placement of data in one location or the other is not necessarily a sound move.

Topics: Information Management, Storage

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Your 2007 Head Check: Seven New Business Intelligence Gotchas Summary
This article presents some new signs that business intelligence environments may be in peril, in the process offering a checklist for success in 2007.

Topics: Business Intelligence, CRM, Data Quality, Customer Data Integration, Data Profiling

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
Strategic Modeling for Rapid Delivery of Enterprise Architecture Summary
The second in a series on enterprise architecture, this article discusses how a strategic model is developed based on business planning statements from column 6 (why)/row 2 (owner). It also covers how to identify relevant business activities or processes

Topics: Analytics, Data Modeling and Design, Architecture

by Clive Finkelstein | 0 comments
Business Intelligence: The First Product for RHIOs Summary
Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) membership could be one of the most important developments in your organizational strategy, and getting ahead of the analytical curve is one of your best strategic moves.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
MDM and the Question of Data Back-Integration Summary
The suggested approach does require more work than simple consolidation of enterprise data sets, but it is necessary in order to prevent your MDM application from becoming yet another unsynchronized data silo.

Topics: Data Integration, Architecture, Master Data Management (MDM)

by David Loshin | 0 comments
The Enterprise Data Mountain, Part 3 Summary
In a business intelligence environment, the master data documents how business information has changed over time, and this historical master data can be combined with other historical business transaction data to produce analytical reports.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Colin White | 0 comments

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