Profile of Ted Kemp
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Articles by Ted Kemp
posted in April 2004
BPM vendors -- both kinds -- spend little time pointing out that, yes, there's another kind of "BPM" out there too. The result, especially for IT managers making their first foray into one BPM practice or the other, is serious confusion.
R4 Global Services announces a packaged set of hardware and software components designed for pharmaceutical firms charged with meeting Wal-Mart's Schedule II RFID mandate.
Siebel analytics applications optimized for Teradata Warehouse will be made available to initial customers in the second quarter of this year, with general availability slated for the third quarter.
There have been two great waves of frenzied technological advancement since 1997, both fraught with hype, but both bringing a sea change to the way businesses think. Now a third wave is upon us.
The Ottawa-based partner of business intelligence software maker Cognos signed partnership agreements with six professional services firms in the United States and United Kingdom.
Ingenix, a provider of health care data analysis and related services, helped boost parent company UnitedHealth's financial numbers in the first quarter, UnitedHealth reported Thursday.
Sprint is widening a deployment of business intelligence reporting technology from MicroStrategy as part of plans to whittle down the number of BI applications currently in use at the $27 billion company.
The $8.8 billion division of Honeywell International will deploy Business Objects' data integration, query and analysis, and dashboard tools across several of its business units over the coming one to two years.
BI tools that have competed on the depth of their analytical capabilities or ease of integration with data sources are competing more than ever on their usability.
Onyx Software, a maker of customer relationship management applications, acquired the business process management technology of Visuale in a deal worth at least $4 million.
Business intelligence software maker Business Objects enhanced its integration platform with data management improvements and functionality that allows users of Crystal Decisions technology to build data marts from the information within their documents.
New MicroStrategy application is designed to allow users to report BI data into Microsoft Office desktop applications.
Wal-Mart's suppliers may be delivering a setback to the retailer's RFID initiative, but that won't stop the eventual broad acceptance of RFID technology and the data it will yield.