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Healthcare Business Intelligence Success Requires an Analytical Culture Summary
In healthcare organizations – as well as any other industry – analytical processes help you work smarter, not harder. Therefore, it is important to be sure your business intelligence capabilities fit your culture.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
22-01-2008
Data Warehousing for the Midsize Organization Summary
Thanks to new technologies entering the data warehousing space, midsize companies can now alleviate their pain on a midsize budget.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
17-01-2008
ETL: Extract, Transform and Load for Data Warehousing Summary
The drudgery of writing and maintaining transformation code has mercifully been shifted to automation.

Topics: Data Warehousing, ETL

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
10-01-2008
Mapping the Data Landscape Summary
A particularly interesting concept that has recently emerged is the notion of the physical data landscape and the necessity of mapping it.

Topics: Data Warehousing, ETL

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
09-01-2008
Web 2.0 and Business Intelligence How Do They Fit Together? Part 2 Summary
This second installment in a series on Web 2.0 and how it can impact business intelligence and performance management looks at the world of web services, JavaScript, AJAX, JSON, PHP and programming frameworks.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Web Services

by Mike Ferguson | 0 comments
09-01-2008
Using Enterprise 2.0 for Business Intelligence, Part 1 Summary
Enterprise 2.0 does not replace current approaches – it simply provides innovative ways of quickly building some urgently needed business user capabilities.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Colin White | 0 comments
19-12-2007
Using Business Intelligence to Promote EHR Adoption Summary
Electronic health records (EHRs) have an immense potential as a rich source of analytical data for clinical, financial, operational and research purposes.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
18-12-2007
Dimensions of Enterprise Systems: Is the Term Losing its Meaning? Summary
What is an enterprise system in this new age of information processing?

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Richard Hackathorn | 0 comments
05-12-2007
A Manifesto for Information Knowledge Management Summary
With this manifesto for information knowledge management, data and business professionals will be able to determine for themselves whether or not EIM represents a valid concept.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
05-12-2007
Intelligent Integration Depends on Business Intelligence, Part 1 Summary
This article covers the issues of integration and how you can successfully tackle these issues - in both a service-oriented architecture and business intelligence context.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

by Barry Devlin | 0 comments
05-12-2007
Operational Analytics: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Summary
Embedded operational analytics help applications and business users take close to real-time action. However, there is another class of applications where even close to real-time analytics are not sufficient.

Topics: Analytics, Operational Business Intelligence

by Colin White | 0 comments
28-11-2007
The Last of the Great Performance Management Acquisitions? Summary
Although some industry consolidation will likely continue in the near term in this highly competitive market, IBM's acquisition of Cognos is likely one of the last multibillion dollar transactions of note.

Topics: Performance Management

by John Colbert | 0 comments
14-11-2007
Viva Enterprise Information Management! Summary
To succeed, enterprise information management must align itself with the business, as well as IT, and deliver recognized incremental value at frequent intervals.

Topics: Performance Management

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
07-11-2007
Web 2.0 and the Highly Evolved Business, Part 3 Summary
This article examines how the Web 2.0 paradigm impacts the traditional business intelligence world when considered in combination with the simultaneous adoption of an SOA approach.

Topics: Performance Management

by Barry Devlin | 0 comments
07-11-2007
Why Do We Need Data Warehouse Appliances? Part 2 Summary
The key factors that drive effective data warehouse performance and challenge IT departments are data loading, availability, volume, storage and operational issues.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Storage, Operational Business Intelligence, Appliances

by Krish Krishnan | 0 comments
01-11-2007

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