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DM Review Announces the 1999 Data Warehouse 100 Webcast

    Press Release published in DMReview.com
November 11, 1999
  By Steve Markiewicz

DM Review Announces the 1999 Data Warehouse 100 Webcast - Top 10 to be announced live on November 15, 1999, at http://www.dmreview.com/awards/top 100/

Visit Alpha Listing at http://www.dmreview.com/awards/top 100/. Reverse Chronological Countdown to #10 Began October 4, 1999.

Brookfield, WI - November 11, 1999 -- DM Review is excited to present its premiere Webcast announcing the 1999 Data Warehouse 100 Top 10, selected by the readers of DM Review. DM Review began identifying the rankings of the Data Warehouse 100 on October 4, 1999 in reverse chronological order. Three rankings are being revealed daily until November 15, when the top 10 companies will be announced in the Data Warehouse 100 Webcast. This premiere Webcast will air live at 2:00 p.m. Eastern/11:00 a.m. Pacific on Monday, November 15 at http://www.dmreview.com/awards/top 100/.

The Data Warehouse 100 was determined based on the results of a product usage and vendor rating survey of DM Review readers conducted over the Web by Market Perspectives. DM Review readers were asked to rate the vendors of business intelligence and data warehousing products used in their organizations. Vendor ratings were compiled into an index that accounted for the mean rating, the number of responses, the comparative position of the vendor in each product category, and the number of categories in which the vendor's products appeared. The 1999 Data Warehouse 100 alphabetical listing can be found at http://www.dmreview.com/awards/top 100/.

All vendors in the Data Warehouse 100 will be featured in DM Review's December 1999 issue. A top executive from each company will respond to the question: How does the e-commerce and e-business focus being adopted by corporations throughout the world impact the business intelligence and data warehousing market, your company and its products?

"The companies that make up DM Review's Data Warehouse 100 are effectively meeting the needs of the explosive business intelligence and data warehouse marketplace," said Ron Powell, Publisher/Editorial Director of DM Review. "These companies were identified by our readers, and inclusion in this exclusive group demonstrates each company's commitment to excellence."

Market Perspectives (http://www.marketperspectives.com/) delivers real-time business intelligence to corporate professionals for decision making in rapidly changing markets. Market Perspectives independently conducts market research using electronic-based and traditional survey methodologies.

DM Review is rated the #1 business intelligence and data warehousing magazine in the United States. DM Review, published by Faulkner & Gray, provides a wealth of knowledge through columns by top industry experts, informative and timely articles, data warehouse success stories, third-party product reviews, executive interviews and http://www.dmreview.com/.

Faulkner & Gray (F&G;), a magazine publishing unit of Thomson Financial, is one of the nation's fastest growing electronic commerce trade magazine and Internet publishers. F&G; offers market-leading magazines in electronic commerce providing access to key decision-makers in business-to-business e-commerce. For more information, visit http://www.faulknergray.com/.

Thomson Financial is a US$1 billion provider of information services and work solutions to the worldwide financial community. Through the widest range of products and services in the industry, Thomson Financial helps clients in more than 70 countries make better decisions, be more productive and achieve superior results. Thomson Financial is part of The Thomson Corporation (TTC), one of the world's leading information companies. TTC, with annual revenues of more than US$6 billion, has interests in specialized information and newspaper publishing. TTC's common shares are traded on the Toronto, Montreal and London stock exchanges. For more information, visit http://www.thomsonfinancial.com/.


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Steve Markiewicz is Communications Manager for DM Review.

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