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What Can the Real-Time Web Economy Do for Your Business? Summary
To make better business decisions, organizations are finding increased need for relevant, real-time data from public websites, such as BBC.com, or social networking sites such as Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook, as well as from private, firewall-protected websites and Web applications.

Topics: Data Integration, Social Media

by Stefan Andreasen | 0 comments
21-07-2010
Federal Government Grant Facilitates Development of Health Information Exchanges Summary
Lorraine Fernandes looks at the issues surrounding the recent federal announcement of its $547 million grant release to facilitate health information exchanges.

Topics: Information Management

by Lorraine Fernandes | 0 comments
03-05-2010
Taipei Fubon Bank Uses Activity-Based Management to Build Customer Profitability Summary
Taipei Fubon Bank developed a customer profitability management system that reduces costs by providing timely profit and loss management reports, thus speeding the marketing strategy adjustment decisions.

Topics: Analytics, CRM

by Leo Sadovy | 0 comments
03-03-2010
If You Think Your Data Warehouse Project Is Done, Chances Are It Isnít Summary
There is a way for CFOs and IT to reach common ground concerning expenditures related to the ever-evolving data warehouse.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by John Thompson | 0 comments
03-02-2010
Analytics: Art and Science of Better Summary
Analytics can help us be more objective, says Anne Milley, but the context in which we act and compel others to act requires more than just getting the answer.

Topics: Analytics

by Anne Milley | 0 comments
06-01-2010
Electronic Health Records: A New Road Leading to the Bridge to Nowhere? Summary
Much ado has been made over electronic health records (EHRs) and the role they will play in achieving President Obamaís objectives of lowering cost and improving delivery of healthcare. But there is a serious lack of understanding about the impact this technology will or, more to the point, wonít have in achieving the stated priorities.

Topics: Information Management

by Lorraine Fernandes | 0 comments
07-12-2009
Health Information Technologies: Building a Road Map for Meaningful Use Summary
Lorraine Fernandes explains that meaningful use of health information technologies seeks to achieve improvements in patient safety, reduce the cost of care delivery, prevent disease, better coordinate care and improve population health while ensuring that patient privacy is protected. She provides guidelines for evaluating a patient registry for your organization to enable health information exchange and trusted use of patient information across systems.

Topics: Information Management, Data Management

by Lorraine Fernandes | 0 comments
19-10-2009
What SMBs Need from Software as a Service (SaaS) Summary
Matthew Mikell explains that when considering deployment of a SaaS application, it is absolutely necessary to consider all of the long-term ramifications.

Topics: SaaS (Software as a Service)

by Matthew Mikell | 0 comments
07-10-2009
Five Steps to Predictive Performance Management Summary
Becca Goren describes how analytics embedded into the performance management process empowers organizations to better focus on developing and supporting an effective strategy and ensuring successful execution.

Topics: Analytics, Performance Management, Predictive Analytics

by Becca Goren | 0 comments
15-06-2009
Availability in a Converged World: Successful Providers Must Rise to New Market Standards Summary
The telecommunications industry is changing at a blinding rate. Competitors are entering the market from outside the traditional telecommunications space, and they are offering innovative new services to a receptive subscriber base. Michael Crane explains that to remain competitive, telecommunications service providers (TSPs) will need infrastructure that delivers superior, differentiated services that extend across IP and telecommunications networks. However, such infrastructure must facilitate the same levels of availability for converged services as customers have come to expect for the public switched telephony network (PSTN), and this poses challenges.

Topics: Data Integration

by Michael Crane | 0 comments
18-05-2009
From Business Intelligence to Intelligent Data Exploration Summary
Sylvain Pavlowski describes why it is critical to re-think infrastructures in order to give users the flexibility and tools needed for greater adaptability and faster analysis.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Predictive Analytics

by Sylvain Pavlowski | 0 comments
04-05-2009
Search Technology for the Enterprise Summary
Dr. Yves Schabes explains that enterprise search enterprise site is a difficult and laborious process because of the lack of metadata.

Topics: Data Integration, Search

by Yves Schabes | 0 comments
27-04-2009
Dirty Data’s Domino Effect Summary
The average American business retains somewhere between 25% to 40% bad data. Gordon Daly explains why in addition to being worthless, this data is also a dangerous liability.

Topics: Data Integration, Search

by Gordon Daly | 0 comments
27-04-2009
Connecting Visibility to Value: Data Integration and Business Intelligence Summary
Dain Hansen explains that data integration allows pervasive intelligence across the enterprise by linking strategic financial and operational management processes to their data sources in near real-time.

Topics: Data Integration, Information Management, Customer Data Integration

by Dain Hansen | 0 comments
15-04-2009
Bridging the Gap between the Promise of EMR and Today Summary
Alan Eisman explains how business intelligence and performance management can help healthcare providers maximize quality and minimize costs.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence

by Alan Eisman | 0 comments
06-04-2009

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