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1999 DM Review Readership Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 1999 DM Review Readership Awards!
Each year, Market Perspectives, Inc., a Massachusetts-based research firm, conducts an independent survey of DM Review readers. Readers were invited in the April, May and June issues of DM Review to participate in the survey conducted on the Web. Based on excellence, quality and overall value to the enterprise, DM Review readers identified the winning companies.

"These industry-leading companies have achieved product excellence, contributing greatly to the success of business intelligence and data warehouse implementations throughout the world. Additionally, each company is strongly committed to customer satisfaction, confirmed through their selection by our readers," said Jean Schauer, DM Review's editor in chief.

Here's what these industry-leading companies have to say to the readers of DM Review about being chosen for this prestigious award.<


COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION
Category: Storage

"In this nonstop, e-business world, organizations will turn to networked storage as the solution to help them manage vast amounts of information for their businesses," said Howard Elias, vice president and general manager of Compaq Computer Corporation's Storage Products Division. "With Compaq's Enterprise Network Storage Architecture (ENSA), storage becomes a utility on the network to help organizations solve their storage-related IT challenges. Compaq offers the industry's most complete, cost-effective storage area network (SAN) solutions with products for Compaq servers and multi-vendor environments ­ from the desktop to the data center."


INFORMATICA CORPORATION
Category: Data Acquisition, Replication and Transformation

"The selection of Informatica as the best vendor for data integration software by readers of the leading magazine covering business intelligence and data warehousing is a strong validation of Informatica's solutions and services," said Gaurav Dhillon, CEO of Informatica. "We're pleased to receive such recognition for our ongoing work to ensure our customers' success."


INFORMIX CORPORATION
Category: Data Warehouse Engines

"Informix Corporation is honored to be recognized by the readers of DM Review with this award," stated Charles Chang, vice president and general manager of the Informix Business Intelligence Group. "Companies around the world have successfully utilized Informix's 'no limits' server technology to provide business-critical data warehousing and data mart solutions. Informix is proud of its commitment to develop the most scalable, high-performance and cost-effective data warehousing solutions for our customers."


SAS INSTITUTE
Category: Business Intelligence

Margo Stutesman, SAS Institute program manager for enterprise reporting, said "SAS Institute's leading position in decision support, data mining, CRM and supplier relationship management (SRM) software reflects years of experience and extensive R&D in integrated software for data warehousing, information access, analysis and reporting. SAS Institute integrates business intelligence (EIS and OLAP) with data warehousing and data mining to form a complete decision analysis system."


SAS INSTITUTE
Category: Data Administration, Management and Performance

"The data warehouse increasingly is a required infrastructure component that enables today's integrated ERP systems and forms the basis for such integrated analytic applications as CRM, supplier relationship management (SRM), data mining, knowledge management, business portals and e-commerce applications," reported Bill Prentice, SAS Institute program manager for data warehousing. "The SAS Solution can be implemented as an end-to-end warehousing solution or integrated with other vendor products to deliver unmatched data access and scalability."


SUN MICROSYSTEMS
Category: Hardware

"Sun has emerged as a true force in data warehousing. With key ISVs and system integrators, we are helping enterprises use the World Wide Web to deliver business intelligence throughout their global user communities," said Doug Kaewert, vice president, market development for Sun Microsystems. "As the company that powers the Internet, Sun products and services are the key elements in connecting customers, suppliers, partners and employees to information anywhere and anytime."


  

Related link:
The 1998 Readership Award Winners



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