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A U.K. police department relies on Informatica to handcuff dirty data.
After years of trial-and-error, enterprises are finally developing innovative strategies and incorporating new software to allow them to identify -- and sell to -- their most profitable customers.
The surveying market may be fragmented, but that doesn't diminish its importance.
SPSS Directions '07: Panelists advocating statistical solutions at the company's North American conference seem to be mavericks of the business industry.
The keynote presenter at SPSS's Directions 2007 North American Conference speaks about gaining a competitive edge by doing the math.
The pool of Web analytics providers continues to shrink.
Big-name companies populate the Leaders Quadrant as vendors and customers alike look to leverage data warehouses as mission-critical applications.
Research firm delves into a new area of enterprise software: passive desktop agents.
A top executive tells the Microstrategy Fall Symposium that the key to successful BI is making sure the strategy is designed to deliver value, not merely to collect data for data's sake.
The business intelligence vendor released an updated version of Crystal Reports at its user conference this week, along with the schedule for the release of a new information-search tool.
Forrester Wave on Business Performance Solutions, 2007: Forrester Research's ranking of BPM vendors provides a snapshot of a market in motion.
Partners '07: At its annual user conference, the newly independent vendor focuses on its core business with a new partnership and a series of new services.
Partners '07: Fresh off completing its breakaway from parent company NCR, the vendor unveils an alliance with SAS and defines its product roadmap (including the long-in-the-works Relationship Manager 6).
The friendly takeover folds new business intelligence capabilities into one of the leading enterprise software platforms; amidst differing opinions, rumors loom of a counteroffer from Oracle or IBM.
CDI solutions provide the framework for a comprehensive data sharing strategy.
Applix bolsters its user community with a cache of new applications, development tools, and tips; one analyst says Applix On-Demand could become a SaaS offering of its own.
The analyst firm ranks the vendors by revenue and market share, and finds SAS Institute and Microsoft continue to make inroads.
The networking giant's acquisition of Latigent, a provider of contact center business intelligence software, extends the reach of its Customer Contact Business Unit.
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