Business intelligence software
- March 31, 2004
The analytics giant is out with its long-anticipated SAS 9 platform, promising to widen the reach of predictive analytics to more business users.
- March 18, 2004
Disconnected BI tools brought into an organization to solve isolated needs leads to disharmony in the application ranks. There's a better way to do BI, a Gartner analyst says.
- March 16, 2004
An analyst assesses several vendors' plans to make their technology puzzle pieces fit together.
- March 09, 2004
Applications from business intelligence vendor SAS are taking some of the mystery out of who will make it to the annual NCAA basketball tournament. You can apply the same technology for understanding your customers' behavior.
- February 25, 2004
Hyperion, Coremetrics and Information Builders are all announcing product improvements.
- November 19, 2003
An analyst and early user have weighed in on Report Services, MicroStrategy's first release in the relatively new business intelligence space.
- September 19, 2003
Added speed and a new ROI guide should help users of Coremetrics Online Analytics 2004 act quickly once they determine how their customers behave online.
- September 11, 2003
Cognos' much ballyhooed ReportNet isn't the only product making a headlines in the business intelligence space. Actuate, SAS and Panorama have announcements too.
- September 02, 2003
Cognos' CEO is so confident of the success of his new reporting application that he's vowing to conduct his next earnings call naked if ReportNet doesn't deliver.
- August 15, 2003
Jelly Belly, maker of gourmet jellybeans, installed business intelligence software to cuts its huge reporting paper trail but found an unexpected hurdle along the way.
- March 03, 2003
Adding IT to the mix can make the prospect of launching a customer loyalty program seem a bit daunting. In this CIO Steps to Success article, learn the essentials of rewarding your best customers while rewarding your bottom line, too.
- February 18, 2003
The formerly over-hyped personalization market has given personalization a bad reputation. But this technology is especially valuable when used in concert with segmentation.
- February 11, 2003
The term "geographic information systems," might not mean much to the uninitiated, but a Wharton School professor describes GIS as launching a new information revolution.