Business intelligence technology platform
- April 24, 2007
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has officially entered the business intelligence market. Today marked the official launch of the HP Neoview data warehouse platform, an integrated hardware, software and services platform.
- December 27, 2006
In 2006, data management news embraced the future of SOA, MDM and merged BI/CPM but remained grounded in the fundamentals of data governance, quality and integration.
- December 19, 2006
Data management skills are in demand, but inconsistent job titles and descriptions can make finding data management jobs tough. Learn what employers seek and how DAMA may help.
- November 29, 2006
Business intelligence is moving toward being a Web service within a service-oriented architecture -- but that shift will have some notable challenges.
- March 16, 2006
SearchOracle.com wants to know how your company is attacking the master data problem.
- February 16, 2006
Business applications expert Joshua Greenbaum sizes up Oracle's post-Siebel business intelligence (BI) strategy and explains why he thinks general-purpose BI offerings belong on the endangered species list.
- February 14, 2006
The chief architect for ING Worldwide, a featured keynote speaker at next week's TDWI data conference, explains how enterprise information integration technology can help companies get more value out of BI implementations.
- February 09, 2006
Database pros responding to a recent column express serious reservations about one venture capitalist's plan to market open source Ingres to SAP users.
- February 08, 2006
Business Objects said today it will acquire Firstlogic, the latest move in a market that has seen the marrying of business intelligence to data quality.
- January 11, 2006
Customer intelligence management can help improve acquisition, retention and profitability. A study describes the best practices of early adopters and offers recommendations.
- December 29, 2005
Widespread RFID implementations are only a matter of time, but there is still a dearth of BI tools on the market for analysis. Will companies have to build BI for RFID themselves?