Portals eNewsletters Web Seminars dataWarehouse.com DM Review Magazine
DM Review | Covering Business Intelligence, Integration & Analytics
   Covering Business Intelligence, Integration & Analytics Advanced Search
advertisement

Resource Portals
Analytic Applications
Business Intelligence
Business Performance Management
Data Integration
Data Quality
Data Warehousing Basics
EDM
EII
ETL
More Portals...

Advertisement

Information Center
DM Review Home
Conference & Expo
Web Seminars & Archives
Newsletters
Current Magazine Issue
Magazine Archives
Online Columnists
Ask the Experts
Industry News
Search DM Review

General Resources
Bookstore
Industry Events Calendar
Vendor Listings
White Paper Library
Glossary
Software Demo Lab
Monthly Product Guides
Buyer's Guide

General Resources
About Us
Press Releases
Awards
Media Kit
Reprints
Magazine Subscriptions
Editorial Calendar
Contact Us
Customer Service

Author Index

Joe Luedtke
Joe Luedtke is director of Business Intelligence Solutions for WHITTMANHART, a process and technology consulting firm. Luedtke has more than fifteen years of IT industry experience architecting and implementing high-value BI, CRM and ERP solutions. He specializes in the design and implementation of business intelligence and analytic solutions. You can contact him at jluedtke@whittmanhart.com.

RELATED ARTICLESOther DM Review Content from this Author

BI for the Masses:
The Rise of Analytic Service Providers
Column published on July 2004 in DM Review Online

Demystifying Performance Management
Article published on June 2004 in DM Review

BI for the Masses:
What the Sales Rep Doesn?t Say; Lessons in Software Licensing
Column published on April 2004 in DM Review Online

BI for the Masses:
Calculating the ROI of Your BI Project
Column published on March 2004 in DM Review Online

BI for the Masses:
Finding Your Best Managed Reality
Column published on February 2004 in DM Review Online

BI for the Masses:
Barriers to Entry
Column published on January 2004 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Driving Pervasive Computing in the Fear Economy
Column published on November 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Unfulfilled Promises
Column published on October 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Managing Your Corporation?s New Technology Tax
Column published on September 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Camera Phones ? Pervasive Computing?s Purple Cow
Column published on August 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:
RFID Tags: Pervasive Computing in Your Pocket, on Your Key Chain and in Your Car
Column published on July 2003 in DM Review Online

Yes, IT Does Matter
Article published on June 2003 in DM Direct

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Pervasive or Utilitarian Computing?
Column published on June 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Pushing Against Your Psychological Inertia
Column published on May 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing:  In Search of a Unified Communication Model
Article published on April 2003 in DM Direct

Toward Pervasive Computing:
In Search of a Unified Communication Model
Column published on April 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing: Always, Almost Always or Occasionally:The Adjectives of Mobile Computing Architectures
Article published on March 2003 in DM Direct

Toward Pervasive Computing:
Always, Almost Always or Occasionally: The Adjectives of Mobile Computing Architectures
Column published on March 2003 in DM Review Online

Towards Pervasive Computing:
Pervasive Business Intelligence
Column published on February 2003 in DM Review Online

Toward Pervasive Computing: The Dawn of Pervasive Computing
Article published on January 2003 in DM Direct

Toward Pervasive Computing:
The Dawn of Pervasive Computing
Column published on January 2003 in DM Review Online



Advertisement
advertisement
Site Map Terms of Use Privacy Policy
SourceMedia (c) 2005 DM Review and SourceMedia, Inc. All rights reserved.
Use, duplication, or sale of this service, or data contained herein, is strictly prohibited.