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Business Intelligence 2005

Companies are collecting copious amounts of data on customers, on suppliers and on products. The new problem is how to manipulate the data and group it a meaningful way to allow for better, timely decision making.

This InfomationWeek Research report examines the business intelligence strategies of 300 organizations -- focusing on these topics:

  • Deployment of business intelligence tools
  • Drivers of deployment
  • Challenges and barriers
  • Spending trends
  • Vendor partner selection

Use this 7-page report evaluate your organization's business intelligence strategies, and what the challenges your organization may face implementing these applications.

Pages: 7

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