Business intelligence best practices
- June 27, 2006
There are lessons to be learned from recent events, particularly how to establish policies and procedures to protect sensitive data of customer stakeholders.
- June 13, 2006
Business intelligence needs to do more than examine current performance and historical trends; it needs to inform and illuminate the path ahead.
- May 23, 2006
Topics covered in this article include the transition to near real-time data/IP-based events billing, the outlook for best-of-breed solutions and more!
- May 16, 2006
Business intelligence has proven to be extremely advantageous to those who have integrated it into their technical infrastructure.
- May 02, 2006
It is expected that the RFID device will be the preferred means of information exchange within the next three to five years.
- April 25, 2006
Companies are becoming more mature in their business intelligence capabilities, but there is still much work to be done to unleash the full potential of enterprise data.
- April 18, 2006
A consistent approach is required to secure end-user support for business intelligence efforts.
- April 07, 2006
There are plenty of stories about failed business intelligence software deployment projects. Gartner analysts outlined the problems and solutions at the annual Gartner BI show.
- April 06, 2006
When properly and thoughtfully implemented, e-government benefits both the government and its citizens.
- March 09, 2006
Data that is inaccurate, incomplete, inconsistent or out of date can seriously impact business intelligence efforts.
- February 27, 2006
Building on his last article, David Loshin continues his discussion of business rules for business intelligence, focusing on the structure of the rule format.
- February 23, 2006
The Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) requires that agencies' results be integrated into budgetary decision-making processes and that performance be reported to legislators and the public.
- February 07, 2006
Healthcare providers must work with numerous payers, such as private insurance, governmental agencies, self-insured employers and patients who can pay, to actually get paid.
- January 24, 2006
Increased expenditures demonstrate that clients are acknowledging the inherent value in providing consistent, accurate and trusted views of integrated drug discovery and development data to key stakeholders.
- January 23, 2006
For organizations to effectively eliminate confusion, they must employ standard definitions to describe simple business rules.