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Business Intelligence

Endeca release IAP 5.0 Posted October 09, 2006

Information intelligence solution Posted October 02, 2006

SPSS upgrades its offering Posted September 27, 2006

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Select Trend-Setting Products Posted August 23, 2006

Selected Trend-Setting Products Posted August 23, 2006

Selected Trend-Setting Products Posted August 23, 2006

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BEA acquires Flashline Posted August 23, 2006

StratBridge's new interactive dashboard Posted August 23, 2006

Information Builders releases Resource Analyzer Posted August 21, 2006

All cash, $1.6 billion Posted August 10, 2006

Posted August 09, 2006

Major upgrade from LogiXML Posted August 07, 2006

Emptoris acquires MindFlow Posted August 02, 2006

Enterprise 2.0 from KnowNow Posted July 31, 2006

LexisNexis delivers tools for small firms Posted July 10, 2006

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New offering from Thomson Posted July 05, 2006

BI support for OneBox Posted May 08, 2006

Endeca unveils the Information Access Platform Posted April 26, 2006

Introduces new capabilities for search appliance Posted April 19, 2006

WebSideStory announces HBX Analytics 3.5 Posted April 17, 2006

Sign technology transfer deal Posted April 17, 2006

Extend business intelligence Posted April 10, 2006

More juice for Web analytics sector Posted April 01, 2006

New release of Powerhouse Posted March 06, 2006

Attensity partners with Clarabridge Posted March 01, 2006

Traditional competitive intelligence (CI) solutions are typically one-sided. CI firms deliver either technology tools to facilitate the intelligence process, independent research deliverables that supplement internal analysis or general consulting to guide the process. Once the solution or report is delivered, you are on your own to piece together these cookie-cutter components into an effective, integrated CI function. This patchwork approach does not work well in a global economy that continues to become increasingly unpredictable and at a time when resources are limited at best. . . . Posted March 01, 2006

A recent study by IDC revealed information workers typically spend 17.8 hours per week-estimated at $26,700 per worker annually- simply searching and gathering information. A typical large company may spend $5.7 million annually cutting and pasting information from one source to another. With the shift toward an information economy, globalization and the intensity of competition, automating data collection to support your business intelligence initiatives has never been more important than is today. . . . Posted March 01, 2006

Long after most professionals leave the events and activities of the day behind, a new breed of knowledge workers begins the workday. These silent, unknown professionals interpret and collapse the entirety of the day's events into a clear, manageable flow of information that reaches the highest levels of decision-making around the world. Their task is to produce intelligence-a unique combination of hardware, software, communications, information and human "wetware"-and process facts and factoids, rumors and judgments, opinions and evidence through the complex calculus of human reasoning. . . . Posted March 01, 2006

I've always had a nagging underappreciation for the whole business intelligence thing. I'm just not that into BI. In the first place, BI is always trailing the trend, not spotting it. BI reports are really, really good at telling you what already happened. They're kinda crappy at telling what will happen next. On top of that, they're also undemocratic. Your run-of-the-mill BI tool is like rocket science to most users, so most users don't get to play with it. So, as a result, well-meaning business managers have to go to the one guy's cubicle who knows how to work the analytical tool, and ask "May I have a report, please?" It's like that scene in Oliver. It's sort of pathetic. Worse, then, BI reports are b-o-r-i-n-g ... all squiggly-line graphs that look like yesterday's Dilbert cartoon. . . . Posted March 01, 2006

Enigma introduces InService EPC Posted February 27, 2006

More juice for Web analytics sector Posted February 06, 2006

Designed for small to midsize companies Posted February 01, 2006

InforSense enhances integrated analytics Posted January 18, 2006

A brand new Posted November 17, 2005

Inxight partners with Kapow Posted November 16, 2005

Knowledge-Paks further enhance Web self-service Posted November 14, 2005

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Posted September 01, 2005

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