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The Benefits of Data Standards for Insurance Summary
Companies differentiate themselves not by whether or not they use a data standard, but by how they use it.

Topics: Information Management, Best Practices

by Tana Sabatino | 0 comments
12-20-2005
Open Source Software and the Myth of Viral Licensing Summary
Whether software is free, open or proprietary, its use is governed by copyright and the license terms under which the software is published.

Topics: Open Source BI

by Pete Loshin | 0 comments
12-15-2005
CRM for Corporation Communications Summary
When corporations talk to each other, numerous variables must be taken into consideration.

Topics: Analytics, CRM

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-15-2005
The Extended Corporate Information Factory Supports the Smart Business Summary
While the CIF includes the features of the original Corporate Information Factory, significant improvements have been made to accommodate new business intelligence technologies and enterprise-focused processes.

Topics: Data Integration, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Content Management, Data Acquisition and Delivery, Data Marts, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis, Data Quality, Data Warehousing, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Enterprise Information Integration (EII), Architecture, Metadata, Unstructured Data, Customer Data Integration, Operational Business Intelligence

by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 0 comments
12-13-2005
Discovering the Source of Business Intelligence Within Summary
The value of business intelligence technologies should be judged by how effectively they support clear and accurate understanding and communication.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices, Visualization

by Stephen Few | 0 comments
12-13-2005
Consolidating, Accessing and Analyzing Unstructured Data Summary
Although a great deal of business information is locked away as unstructured data, this data is valuable for optimizing and analyzing business processes.

Topics: Data Integration, Business Intelligence, Content Management, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Enterprise Information Integration (EII), Architecture, Metadata, Unstructured Data

by Colin White | 0 comments
12-12-2005
Master Data Management: The Importance of Codes Summary
While codes are valuable for various communications, we must find solutions for code overloading.

Topics: Data Integration, Business Intelligence, Content Management, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Enterprise Information Integration (EII), Architecture, Metadata, Unstructured Data

by David Loshin | 0 comments
12-12-2005
Government Business Intelligence and Translation Summary
Language translation is becoming increasingly important to business intelligence within the public sector.

Topics: Business Intelligence, OLAP, Unstructured Data

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
12-08-2005
The Importance of Customer Segmentation Summary
Companies using customer segmentation must classify customers and understand the maturity cycle to effectively analyze them.

Topics: Data Integration, CRM

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-08-2005
Manufacturing: The Need for Managed Data Summary
Data management enables organizations to gather and analyze their data more quickly and cost effectively.

Topics: Data Integration, Best Practices, Business Intelligence, Information Management, Data Quality, Architecture, Metadata, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Mohit Sahgal | 0 comments
12-06-2005
Certified Data and the Certification Process for Financial Institutions Summary
Legislative & regulatory initiatives can now drive financial institutions to aggregate data and build data management infrastructures on a much larger scale.

Topics: Information Management, Best Practices, Data Quality, Architecture

by Duffie Brunson | 0 comments
12-06-2005
The Business Value for Investing in Pre-Clinical Safety Data Warehousing Summary
Pre-Clinical Data Warehousing offers the greatest opportunity to maximize the return on investment in drug safety and mitigate the risk associated with the use of drugs in humans.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis

by Tim Furey | 0 comments
12-05-2005
The Latest Trends in Business Performance Management Summary
Innovative BPM Vendors now offer various packages, including features like metadata management, driver-based planning, workforce planning, predictive analytics and verticalization.

Topics: Performance Management, Balanced Scorecard, Best Practices, Metadata, Predictive Analytics, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Craig Schiff | 0 comments
12-05-2005
Business Performance Management Solutions for Finance and Operations Summary
While BPM solutions have been traditionally implemented by finance departments, these solutions have also proven valuable for operations.

Topics: Performance Management, Balanced Scorecard, Best Practices, Dashboards

by Bryan Wirthlin | 0 comments
12-04-2005
Completing the Puzzle: Transaction Processing and Unstructured Data Summary
As a result of transaction processing, organizations have realized the importance of having a 360 degree view of the customer.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Unstructured Data

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-01-2005

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