Month: August 2007

  • How Am I Doing, Really? The Need for Information On Demand

    How Am I Doing, Really? The Need for Information On Demand

    Your business is up over 25% — great news!  Or is it? If the economy is also growing at 25%, you’re just keeping pace. And if your nearest competitor is up 50%, you’re losing market share… Despite the millions invested in corporate information systems, what executives really care about isn’t the internal numbers, but how […]

  • 10 Cool Cutting-Edge Technologies And How They Relate to BI?

    Each year, Computerworld chooses ten innovative technologies that meet the needs of corporate IT. Here’s a look at how the 2007 Computerworld Horizon Award winners (and honorable mentions) announced yesterday might effect the business intelligence market, sorted by relevance: Highly Relevant Memory Spot. This miniature wireless data chip, 2mm to 4mm square, can be stuck on, or […]