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Business Intelligence

Blends project management within BPM Posted October 28, 2009

No business can escape this economic turmoil unscathed, but such a climate will bring fresh opportunities to some. What does it take to be a winner in the current economic climate?... Posted October 28, 2009

Posted September 30, 2009

Posted September 14, 2009

Partners with Netezza Posted September 09, 2009

Business intelligence (BI) software products are becoming increasingly sophisticated and valuable to companies through their ability to integrate with other applications, including geographic information system (GIS) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Such integration helps companies arrive at the data-driven decisions that are urgently needed in today's economic climate... Posted August 28, 2009

SiSense releases PrismCubed Posted August 10, 2009

SwiftKnowledge debuts pre-configured solutions Posted July 29, 2009

Dynadec debuts new platform Posted June 24, 2009

How many times have you searched the Web and received a laundry list of 34,000 hits? Have you ever looked beyond the first page or two of search results? Probably not. Much like a search on the public Web, sifting through the vast amounts of unstructured data in your enterprise content management (ECM) system can be an overwhelming and fruitless process.
Most company data is unstructured, and much of it often resides in enterprise content management systems. If it is leveraged properly, this valuable information can help your company improve customer satisfaction, gain competitive advantage, make better decisions and improve the overall productivity of knowledge and other workers. But the sheer volume of data housed in these repositories can render the information useless if your company doesn't have the tools to not only access this information, but also to analyze and extract relevant information...
Posted June 01, 2009

Scads of words have been written about "enterprise search," "knowledge management," "information access," etc. In fact, I am responsible for a scad or two myself.And, of course, it makes sense: When 90% of the information your company possesses is in the form of unstructured text files and email, plus more-or-less formal formats (contracts, PowerPoints, legal documents and marketing material, etc.), it's painfully obvious that tools to access that content will emerge as key components of the knowledge-worker toolset.
But what HASN'T been covered quite as well are the text-mining and analytic tools that exist to find content—and the many relationships between content objects—that are not yet part of the average, daily knowledge worker's regimen.The way it's often been put is this:SEARCH is useful when you know basically what it is you're looking for. A specific email... a contract for a specific deal...
Posted June 01, 2009

Model-driven data warehouse appliance Posted March 11, 2009

Web-enabled enterprise BI Posted March 02, 2009

Posted March 01, 2009

Posted March 01, 2009

Publishing this list is the most difficult project KMWorld undertakes every year, and I've been heading the effort since it began in 2000. Our somewhat informal judging process taps the individual and collective wisdom of colleagues, analysts, system integrators and even a selected group of users... Posted March 01, 2009

New offering powered by Teragram Posted February 18, 2009

Assumes CEO role Posted February 11, 2009

Trampoline debuts new tool, service Posted December 17, 2008

Enterprise data management Posted October 31, 2008

InterSystems releases DeepSee Posted October 06, 2008

Oracle Business Intelligence provides a BI platform that includes many components enabling customers to address their BI requirements for operational, tactical and strategic reporting. Customers' reporting needs can be met... Posted September 29, 2008

Introduces open software tools, services Posted September 04, 2008

Business intelligence (BI) seems to thrive in tough economic times almost as well it does in good times. Based on a survey of IT and business leaders in Europe, China and the United States, AMR Research predicts that the global market for BI will be $57.1 billion in 2008, with the U.S. market accounting for $25.5 billion of the total. The growth rate is expected to be somewhat slower than in the past at about 5 percent, but increasing over the next several years. Posted August 31, 2008

Attivio's Active Intelligence Engine Posted August 04, 2008

IBM develops Version 8 on System z Posted July 10, 2008

Open Text introduces new solution Posted July 02, 2008

Data mining, analytics Posted June 11, 2008

New discovery appliance from Composite Posted June 09, 2008

SPSS enhances platform Posted May 14, 2008

Truviso enhances PostgreSQL Posted April 28, 2008

Posted April 23, 2008

New tool from Trampoline Systems Posted April 09, 2008

TIBCO unveils newest release Posted April 09, 2008

BEA leaps forward Posted April 07, 2008

LogiXML and Vertica partner Posted March 26, 2008

Posted March 19, 2008

Composite Information Server 4.6 Posted March 12, 2008

Posted February 29, 2008

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