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Content tagged with Enterprise Architecture
posted in September 2006
Beyond Financial Performance: Q&A With Forrester's Paul Hamerman
News  |  9/29/2006
You've checked the SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley) box and streamlined financial budgeting, planning and consolidation in the process. So what's the next performance management challenge? Paul Hamerman, Forrester's vice president of enterprise applications, looks at operational performance management and offerings from the likes of Oracle, SAP and Microsoft.
Get More From Your ERP Investment
News  |  9/27/2006
Innovative companies have taken the lead in fully utilizing their ERP systems. The majority, however, have yet to take the first steps in using their ERP .investments to greater advantage.
Getting Search Into Business Intelligence
News  |  9/27/2006
The first challenge for businesses looking to get search into BI is to identify the capabilities necessary for the user.
JasperSoft Unveils Reporting Tools For
News  |  9/26/2006
JasperSoft, a maker of open-source business intelligence software, launches reporting tools for
Oracle Ships 'Low Cost' Content Management Software
News  |  9/20/2006
Oracle has launched software that the company says is designed to provide "low-cost" management of Office documents, PDF and image files, and other unstructured data.
BEA Unveils SOA Infrastructure Platform
News  |  9/19/2006
BEA Systems has unveiled a software platform for building service-oriented architectures, reflecting a trend among infrastructure vendors to provide as many tools as possible to companies adopting the standards-based form of distributed computing.
EMC Lays Groundwork for ILM
News  |  9/18/2006
InfoScape crawls file systems and automatically tag files with basic metadata and clues to business value, sensitivity and content.
Informatica Extends Data Integration for On-Demand Systems and BI
News  |  9/14/2006
Software provider elaborates partnerships with Hyperion and
DashBriefs: IBM Buys ISS; Oracle Buys Sigma Dynamics' Predictive Analytics IP
News  |  9/13/2006
IBM enhances its security offerings by acquiring Internet Security Systems. Meanwhile, Oracle looks to spruce up its Fusion Middleware with a company purchase of its own.
Dashboard: Degree Programs Arise to Train Budding BI Experts
News  |  9/13/2006
Business intelligence industry leaders have been lamenting a lack of BI skills in the workforce, prompting a host of institutions of higher learning to educate the masses.
Dashboard: Apps Put Portals in the Spotlight
News  |  9/13/2006
An interesting mix of SOA, composite application and BPM possibilities are bringing some spark back to the portal market.
Dashboard: Analytics and Search Spot "The Long Tail"
News  |  9/13/2006
Companies should recognize that their brand is not the only bridge by which customers can find their products.
Dashboard: Developers Face Ajax Compatibility Crisis
News  |  9/13/2006
Although the desire to jump on Web 2.0/Ajax technologies is great, vendors and developers must agree upon a level of standardization to achieve interoperability.
Dashboard: Compliance Concerns And Chaos Abound
News  |  9/13/2006
Doubts about compliance? You're not alone.
Mission Intelligence: Where's the Rest of Me
News  |  9/13/2006
To succeed, vendors and technology thought leaders must show how different kinds of solutions fit together rather than use marketing and confusing buzzwords to scramble identities for competitive purposes.
Interlace Announces Application for Executive S&OP
News  |  9/12/2006
New offering automates development of sales and operations plans for executive presentations.
XBRL or Master Data Management?
News  |  9/12/2006
Sometimes the choice is clear, sometimes not
Letters: Flavorful Commentary; Topiary Communications
News  |  9/12/2006
In response to Joshua Greenbaum's recent column, "Why I Hate Web 2.0," Glen Stone contends, "Modern technology has allowed lies and idiocy to spread even faster, but gives no edge in speed or penetration to the truth."
Kimball University: Four Fixes Refurbish Legacy Data Warehouses
News  |  9/12/2006
DW/BI professionals are often tasked with making evolutionary upgrades and improvements to minimize cost and upheaval in the current analytic environment. We explore four upgrades that can breathe new life into legacy data warehouses.
Short List: Handheld Decision-Support Information; Performance Management
News  |  9/12/2006
In this edition we take a peek at Cognos' 8 Go Mobile, Business Objects' Enterprise Performance Management, Information Builders' WebFocus Performance Management Framework and more.
Put to the Test: Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10g
News  |  9/12/2006
Security features help set SES 10g apart, but dependence on the vendor's infrastructure makes this 'standalone' offering best suited to Oracle shops.
Breakthrough Analysis: Enterprise Search: Time To Get Serious
News  |  9/12/2006
The rise of Google, Yahoo and specialized search providers has radically altered our perception of information access, yet enterprise search implementations haven't kept up with the transformation in the consumer world. Plenty of vendors are developing breakthroughs, but the missing player has been Microsoft, and many believe progress in enterprise search is being held hostage by long and unwieldy upgrade cycles for systems including Windows, Office and SharePoint. Look beyond quick fixes and br
Q&A: Chrysler Scorecard Guru Freda Bane-Prastitis
News  |  9/11/2006
The Chrysler Group has developed a monthly scorecard that tracks the performance of more than 4,200 dealerships in the United States and Canada. Freda Bane-Prastitis, director-dealer relations and development, explains how the project evolved and how it's aligning the manufacturer and its dealers to support strategic goals.
Web Analytics Turn Art Into a Science
News  |  9/11/2006
What's the secret to running a successful Web site? Web analytics tools can help track and analyze online behavior, opening up a world of possibilities that brick-and-mortar businesses never dreamed of.
Field Report: SAIC, San Diego
News  |  9/11/2006
Streamlined navigation keeps users on site.
Visualization Tools Raise Your Innovation Awareness
News  |  9/11/2006
Does your company struggle to brainstorm new products and services? Visualization tools such as road-mapping software and patent-citation systems offer insight into the pipeline of promising ideas. Here's how to pick technologies that fit your innovation approach.
Field Report: New Corp., Sterling, VA
News  |  9/11/2006
Visible rules allow traceable, changeable decisions.
Analysis: Where Rules Management and BPM Meet
News  |  9/11/2006
Rules management and process management are both aimed at improving business agility and performance, but they're fundamentally different technologies designed for complementary purposes. So which tasks do you handle in each toolset? We'll show you how to strike the right mix of techniques and score that perfect 10!
Application Insight: Don't Let Process Become an Innovator's Dilemma
News  |  9/11/2006
Businesses must be extremely vigilant that they aren't "automating out" exploratory innovation all in the name of process automation.
Business Intelligence Apps Available on Demand
News  |  9/6/2006
More and more vendors offer BI software as a service.
Application Business Intelligence Boosts Performance
News  |  9/6/2006
Transaction-focused BI tools deliver value, research shows.
Performance Scorecards Ignore Supply Chain
News  |  9/6/2006
Research shows corporate scorecards deployed only to finance and sales.

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