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Enabling the Intelligent Enterprise: 2005 Editors' Choice Awards

Our seventh annual take on The Dozen most influential vendors driving the intelligent enterprise. Plus, we name 48 Companies to Watch in 12 categories including enterprise apps, BI and special "vanguard" company selections.

No one can do it all alone, but someone has to go first. While many vendors are worthy, only 60 rank at the top, with an elite 12 leading the charge: enabling customers to build and manage intelligent enterprises.

Welcome to the seventh annual Editors' Choice Awards. Every year, we sift through our research, reviews and conversations within the IE community to shine a spotlight on 60 companies that provide exceptional vision, technology innovation and customer leadership in attaining the objectives of the intelligent enterprise. Out of those 60 we choose the IE Dozen.

We present this year's selections within our nine core coverage areas plus three new categories: vanguard companies pushing the envelope, innovators in on-demand applications and trendsetters in deriving value from "unstructured" content sources. Each winner is followed by four Companies to Watch.

Choosing the top companies kept us up at night. Let us know if you agree with our picks. We also look forward to hearing which companies you think belong in next year's IE Dozen. Write to us at iemagazine@cmp.com.


The Intelligent Enterprise Dozen for 2005

  1. IBM
  2. SAP
  3. Tibco Software
  4. Business Objects
  5. Cognos
  6. FileNet
  7. NCR/Teradata
  8. MetaMatrix
  9. Mercury Interactive
  10. Fair Isaac
  11. Salesforce.com
  12. SAS

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