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February 2004 issue of DM Review magazine


A New Approach to Fulfill Old Promises
"After 30 years, the promises of decision support still are mainly unfulfilled," notes Andrea Traverso, CEO of Orenburg USA. With their product, Board M.I.T., Orenburg offers an alternative to prepackaged analytic applications that typically require substantial customization.


Real-Time Analysis and Data Integration for BI
By Shaku Atre and Dipendra Malhotra
While architecting the real-time decision support environment, business and technology managers must avoid the trap of integrating everything at once and making everything real time. Prioritizing the integration of crucial processes and information for making critical decisions more quickly is the key to successful real-time decisions.
SOX Mandates Focus on Data Quality and Integration
By Irina Yugay and Victor Klimchenko
The key to achieving Sarbanes-Oxley compliance lies within IT, which is ultimately the single resource capable of responding to the charge to create effective reporting mechanisms, provide necessary data integration and management systems, ensure data quality and deliver the required information on time.
Turning Strategy Into Action – Part 2: Road Map to CPM
By Brenda Moncla
In this second installment of her three-part series on corporate performance management (CPM), Moncla describes how the various components of CPM contribute to the overall success of a company and presents a generic road map for the establishment of the proper foundation for extending CPM throughout an organization. Part 1 was featured in the December 2003 issue of DM Review.


DAMA (Data Management Association)
The DAMA Brand
By Linda Kresl

Customer Intelligence
Business Activity Monitoring: On the Path to the Real-Time Enterprise
By Larry Goldman

Plain English About Information Quality
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Information Professionals, Part 2
By Larry English

Building the Smart Business
Is EII Virtual Data Warehousing Revisited?
By Colin White

Meta Data & Knowledge Management
The Importance of Technical Architecture in Software Selection
By David Marco

The Data Strategy Advisor
Data Mining Market Consolidation Lessons Learned
By Lou Agosta

Information Management: Charting the Course
The Dot-Com Experience: Lessons Learned
By Bill Inmon

Business Dimensional Modeling
Modeling is Like a Three-Legged Race
By Laura Reeves

Marketing Systems
Real-Time Customer Views
By David M. Raab

Dollars & Sense
Luddites, Beware!
By Susan Osterfelt

Enterprise Content Management
Conducting Your First Text Mining Project, Part 1
By Dan Sullivan

Data Integration Advisor
Standards Let Us Play Nice Together
By Rick Sherman

Knowledge Integrity
Rules and Evasion
By David Loshin

The Enterprise
Systems Development Methods for Enterprise Integration, Part 1
By Clive Finkelstein

Information Strategy
Getting Payback from Your Corporate Performance Management Initiative
By Jane Griffin

Building Business Intelligence
"Re: William, You're Mortgage Applicat1on"
By William McKnight

The Power of Metrics
CPM and Six Sigma – Common Themes, Part 2
By Kent Bauer

Intelligent Solutions
The Year of Compliance, Part 2
By Claudia Imhoff

Maximize Business Performance
Project Kickoff: Look Internally First
By Craig Schiff

Enterprise Architecture View
Multifaceted Data Access in the Data Warehouse, Part 2
By Michael Jennings



Winterthur Insurance Leverages ADVIZOR Visualization for Faster Analysis and Easier Results Sharing
ADVIZOR Solutions, Inc. - ADVIZOR Analyst Workbench


The Woodbridge Group Grows with Business Performance Management Tools
Applix, Inc. - Applix TM1


Bank of America Turns Up Trumps with arcplan dynaSight-Powered Performance Management Solution
arcplan, Inc. - dynaSight


VeriSign Outperforms Competition Using Biz360
Biz360, Inc. - Market360 Enterprise


LESCO Goes for the Green with Cognos Enterprise Business Intelligence Series
Cognos - Cognos BI Series


Huntington Utilizes Application Performance Measurement System from Compuware to Effectively Reduce CPU Utilization
Compuware Corporation - Strobe MVS for Sysplex with Advanced Session Management and iSTROBE


FRx Software Helps Mercy Health Partners Contain Costs, Manage Growth
FRx Software, a part of Microsoft Business Solutions - Microsoft FRx


Benco Dental Drives Performance with Geac
Geac (To be acquired by Golden Gate Capital in Q4 2005) - Geac Performance Management


Stork NV Uses BPM Tools to Meet International Accounting Standards and Improve Operational Efficiencies
Hyperion - Hyperion Enterprise


PNC Bank Improves Business Performance with Information Builders
Information Builders, Inc. - WebFOCUS and WebFOCUS ReportCaster


Banking on Control
KCI Computing, Inc. - CONTROL


Cingular Integrates Financial Processes with a Unified BPM Solution
OutlookSoft Corporation - Everest


Progress Rail On Track to Meet Strategic Goals with SAS
SAS Institute Inc. - SAS Strategic Performance Management

From the Editor

Dear Readers,

The August 1993 issue of Data Management Review introduced Ron Powell as the new publisher of the magazine now known as DM Review. In his first publisher's letter, Ron articulated his goal for the magazine: "...to be the number one magazine for data management professionals in all environments."

Ron has been at the helm of DM Review for more than 10 years, and during those ten years, DM Review has indeed become the number one magazine for business intelligence, analytics and data warehousing ? all of which require the management of gigabytes, terabytes and even petabytes of data.

Five years ago, Ron sold DM Review to Faulkner & Gray, which was then acquired by a division of the Thomson Corporation. When Ron sold DM Review, he agreed to remain with the magazine for five years, and those five years have flown by. Ron's tenure as publisher ended with the close of 2003, and a new publisher will be announced soon.

Ron is now enjoying the opportunity to relax and spend time with his family before embarking on his next career adventure. He has asked me to thank all of the readers, authors and advertisers for their support of DM Review throughout the years, and we look forward to your continued involvement. You'll be glad to know that Ron still plans to participate in this industry, either on a consulting basis or in any way that will benefit the industry. He would love to hear from you. You can reach him by e-mail at rpowell@wi.rr.com.

Ron, you will be missed, but you've taught us well. The entire staff at DM Review is committed to ensuring that your legacy lives on! I know the readers, authors and advertisers join me and all of us at DM Review in thanking you for a great experience under your leadership. We have all learned and grown as a result of your open door management style, your deep industry knowledge, your entrepreneurial spirit and, of course, your enthusiasm for the benefits attainable through business intelligence and data warehousing.

Throughout the years, Ron appreciated all of the comments and feedback you have provided. That feedback has been and will continue to be invaluable as we shape our editorial content to meet your needs. You can now send any comments or suggestions to me, jschauer@dmreview.com.

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