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March 2000 issue of DM Review magazine

EXECUTIVE INTERVIEWEXECUTIVE INTERVIEW

Acta: ERP to eCommerce
Carol Mills Baldwin, president and CEO of Acta, describes the benefits of unlocking data and sharing it at Internet speed with customers and suppliers.


FEATURE ARTICLESFEATURE ARTICLES

The Enterprise Knowledge Portal
By Jeff Grammer
The enterprise knowledge portal combines enterprise information portals and knowledge management, integrating access to expertise and embedding application functionality.
Know Your Data :
Data Profiling Solutions for Today's Hot Projects
By Craig Olson
By gaining a thorough knowledge of their data, many innovative enterprises achieve faster project completion, improved data quality, reduced risk and rapid return on investment with data profiling and mapping.
The Federated Data Warehouse
By Colin White
The move toward the use of turnkey analytic application packages will accelerate the use of independent data marts. A federated warehouse supports the iterative development of a data warehousing system containing independent data marts.

(online exclusive)
Primary Key Reengineering Projects :
The Solution Part 2 of a Two-Part Series
By Tom Johnston

COLUMNSCOLUMNS

DAMA
Message from the President
By Michael H. Brackett

The Adoption of Business Solutions
Automated Lead Management
By Roberta Moore

The CRM-Ready Data Warehouse
Supersize My Customers
By William McKnight

Meta Data and Data Administration
Meta Data Architecture Fundamentals
By David Marco

View from the Market
Ernst & Young: On the BI Fast Track
By Michael P. Burwen

The Decisioning Frontier
Get Ready for Marketing Automation
By John Distefano

Data Warehousing Horizons
A DW Approach for the New Millennium, Part 3
By Dan Montgomery

Plain English on Data Quality
What Have We Learned from Y2K?
By Larry English

Information Management: Charting the Course
The Future of Data Warehousing: Alternative Storage
By Bill Inmon

Insights from the Front Line
Increasing ROI with Enterprise Application Integration
By Michael J. Schroeck

Data Warehouse Delivery
Advance the Plot
By Douglas Hackney

Business Intelligence
Greasing the Skids: Creating a Vision
By Susan Osterfelt

Intelligent Solutions
On Your Mark, Get Set, Wait!
By Claudia Imhoff

Marketing Systems
Making Sense of Marketing Software, Part 6
By David M. Raab
(online exclusive)

The Enterprise
Application Service Providers
By Clive Finkelstein
(online exclusive)

Information Strategy
Data Management Getting a Piece of the B2B Boom
By Jane Griffin
(online exclusive)

Customer Relationship Report
The Origins of CRM
By Melinda Nykamp and Carla McEachern
(online exclusive)

Analyst Insight
Understanding Packaged Analytic Applications
By Wayne Eckerson
(online exclusive)


PRODUCT REVIEWSPRODUCT REVIEWS

 

SEMATECH Cuts Import Time in Half with PATROL
BMC Software, Inc. - PATROL DB-Import

 

DBPartner Enables Developers to Improve Database Performance at Oracle-Home.Com
Compuware Corporation - DBPartner

 

CorVu Keeps Georgia Department of Defense Poised for Action
CorVu Corporation - CorManage

 

Comshare Decision Delivers Intuitive Analysis Solution to Petro-Canada
Geac (To be acquired by Golden Gate Capital in Q4 2005) - Comshare Decision

 

U S WEST Users Perform Ad Hoc Exploratory Analyses with Table Lens
Inxight Software, Inc. - Table Lens

 

Boyd Corporation is in CONTROL with KCI
KCI Computing, Inc. - CONTROL

 

TextAnalyst Supports Research and Development for Indiana's Small Businesses
MEGAPUTER Intelligence Inc. - TextAnalyst

 

Outpost.com Uses Sagent Solution for Real-Time E-Business Intelligence
Sagent Technology, Inc. (Acquired by Group 1 6/03) - Sagent Solution

 

Synectics Turns to Teradata NT Solution for Demanding Data Warehouse Environment
Teradata, a division of NCR Corporation - Teradata for Windows NT

 

JWAVE Provides a Robust Analysis and Visualization Engine for Aegis Analytical Corp.
Visual Numerics, Inc. - JWAVE

FEATURE ARTICLESBEST PRACTICES

A Sun Microsystems solution for :
Cathay Pacific Airways Limited



From the Publisher

Dear Readers,

The imperative for the new millennium centers on e- business and e-commerce which many believe are the same, but are actually very different. E-commerce involves the transactional exchanges between buyers and sellers on the Internet. These sales are conducted at Internet speed and enable products to be sold to a wider audience, whether it is business to business (B2B), business to consumer (B2C) or consumer to consumer (C2C). E-business, as defined by The GartnerGroup, is "any net-enabled business activity that transforms internal and external relationships to create value and exploit market opportunities driven by new rules of the connected economy." E-business adds the business intelligence component to the process and is enabled by a data warehouse, data mart or operational data store. By moving data from CRM systems, external data sources, ERP systems and legacy systems into a data store that can provide a picture of the total customer, e-business helps the seller understand how to sell to the buyer. In addition, data mining of that data store provides insights that are not readily apparent and can increase results by many orders of magnitude. The successful blend of e-business and data mining will ensure competitive advantage in this first decade of the new millennium.

Once again it is time for DM Review's annual readership survey, and I strongly urge you to participate. You will be asked to evaluate various aspects of the magazine, and you will also have an opportunity to rate the vendors who provide the business intelligence tools that are used in your organization. Results of this important survey will be used for exciting awards and recognitions for the vendors with the best reader ratings.

Our annual survey is conducted over the Internet by Market Perspectives. After the survey is complete and Market Perspectives has tabulated the results, every participant will be sent a summary of key survey results, enabling you to compare your organization's business intelligence capabilities with those of other DM Review readers. You might even be the lucky reader that wins the drawing for the $500 prize offered by Market Perspectives.

As always, thanks for reading DM Review.




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