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Making Operational Business Intelligence Work Summary
This article is a more detailed look at how operational business intelligence can be used in the manufacturing workspace. I will be expanding on the points I raised in my last article, Reactive and Proactive Business Intelligence.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Operational Business Intelligence

by Gary Holden | 0 comments
03-10-2007
When Data is Not Enough Summary
Because companies are faced with the limitations of traditional business intelligence (BI), this article examines how companies can marry BI information with broad search capabilties.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Architecture, Metadata, Unstructured Data

by David Gleason | 0 comments
02-10-2007
Reactive and Proactive Business Intelligence Summary
This article is aimed at those people who want to understand how business intelligence can affect how we make decisions in the workplace and looks at how information can be used proactively throughout the manufacturing world.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Business Process Management (BPM), Business Rules, Operational Business Intelligence

by Gary Holden | 0 comments
05-09-2007
Business Intelligence for “Un-Tethered” Users Summary
Companies looking to improve distribution and analytics to un-tethered users must find solutions that are simple and intuitive or they will fail.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Query & Reporting

by David Gleason, Jay Rignani | 0 comments
28-08-2007
Driving Performance Measurement: Keeping Your Employees on Course Summary
As companies increasingly provide metrics to their employees, they are learning that there can be some unintended consequences that are not so desirable.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence

by David Gleason | 0 comments
24-07-2007
Implementing and Using a Shared Business Vocabulary Summary
The author's last article discussed the concepts of a shared business vocabulary (SBV) and the benefits this would bring to the business. This article expands on the SBV concept and discuss how to implement and use an SBV successfully.

Topics: Data Integration, Data Modeling and Design

by Gary Holden | 0 comments
11-07-2007
How Dis-Integrated Data Can Derail Your ERP Initiative, Part 2 Summary
Many companies see their ERP investments fall short due to the lack of high-quality integrated master data.

Topics: Data Integration, Data Modeling and Design

by David Gleason | 0 comments
26-06-2007
What's in a Name? Summary
How can an organisation be expected to make correct decisions to move the company forward if they do not have a clear and trusted representation of how information is used across the organisation? What's the answer?

Topics: Information Management, Business Process Management (BPM), Master Data Management (MDM), Application Usage Management

by Gary Holden | 0 comments
06-06-2007
How Dis-Integrated Data Can Derail Your ERP Initiative, Part 1 Summary
Many ERP implementation projects do not address master data management or customer data integration until they encounter problems either during testing or after the system has gone into production.

Topics: Data Integration, Data Quality, Master Data Management (MDM), Customer Data Integration, Operational Business Intelligence

by David Gleason | 0 comments
01-05-2007

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