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Search, Meaning, and the Search for Meaning Summary
Interest in enterprise search is growing, but what is in store for the future of this technology?

by David Loshin | 0 comments
11-16-2006
Business Intelligence and the OODA Loop Summary
While originally developed for the military, the OODA Loop has been applied frequently in the private sector because of its common sense approach to making decisions.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
11-14-2006
Guided and Trusted Summary
With proven applications for creating and managing transportation agencies’ financial, operational, fleet logistics and security metadata, it is now possible for these companies to manage their agencies in a measurable and efficient manner.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Keith Boyer | 0 comments
11-14-2006
BPM 101: Vendor Selection, Part 2 Summary
When selecting a business performance management vendor, a carefully planned evaluation process will ensure that the chosen vendor is the best fit for your organization.

Topics: Performance Management

by Craig Schiff | 0 comments
11-13-2006
Message from the Finance Department: Please Don’t Take Away My Spreadsheets! Summary
There are some fundamental challenges that exist when using Excel as your primary application for budgeting or financial consolidation.

Topics: Performance Management

by John Colbert | 0 comments
11-13-2006
The Changing World, Part 3 Summary
What is the impact of changing business requirements and how can that change be most effectively handled? This is the third article in a four-part series on this topic.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
11-09-2006
Open Source, Outsourcing and Good Old-Fashioned Opportunity Summary
What does the future of open source hold for the next wave of entrepreneurs?

Topics: Open Source BI

by Pete Loshin | 0 comments
11-09-2006
Information Stewardship: Giving IQ – and Happiness! Summary
Everyone in the organization must accept accountability for their role in the planning, design, creation, maintenance and use of information for the well-being of the larger organization.

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)

by Larry English | 0 comments
11-08-2006
The Life and Death Results of Information Quality Summary
Poor information and the inability to make medical decisions with correct, complete and timely information may kill more people than any single disease in the United States.

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)

by Doug Johnson | 0 comments
11-08-2006
Maximizing Your SAP Investment Summary
Are you fully utilizing your SAP investment by providing avenues for individuals to disseminate information that is easily interpreted and acceptable for presentation to anyone in your organization?

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)

by Anila Bishop | 0 comments
11-07-2006
Best Practices Marketing Database Content, Part 1 Summary
Successful CRM is attainable, provided you do not compromise on database content.

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)

by Jim Wheaton | 0 comments
11-07-2006
Two Main Pillars of Operational Business Intelligence, Part 2 Summary
The best infrastructure in the world will not deliver the desired results from an operational business intelligence application unless the very best planning and management of the project are in place and are practiced.

Topics: Information Management, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)

by Shaku Atre | 0 comments
11-02-2006
The Changing World, Part 2 Summary
What is the impact of changing business requirements and how can that change be most effectively handled? This is the second article in a four-part series on this topic.

Topics: Information Management, Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
11-02-2006
Enterprise Architecture for the Twenty-First Century Summary
Ensuring that an enterprise is equipped to rapidly address change is not an information systems problem, but rather a business problem that needs strategic direction from senior management and strategic planners.

Topics: Information Management, Business Intelligence

by Clive Finkelstein | 0 comments
10-31-2006
Industry Pressures for Telecoms Summary
As companies strive to “make their numbers,” is the fear of short-term losses all but eliminating the potential for long-term gains?

Topics: Business Intelligence, Wireless/Mobile

by John Myers | 0 comments
10-31-2006

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