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An Introduction to QlikView 6
QlikTech develops and provides a complete suite of powerful business intelligence and data analysis software called QlikView (pronounced click-view). QlikView’s

owb olap  Introduction to QlikView 6 QlikTech develops and provides a complete suite of powerful business intelligence and data analysis software called QlikView (pronounced click-view). QlikView’s powerful business intelligence and analytics engine is utilizing patented AQL technology to build a non-relational, highly space-efficient associative database residing in RAM. This results in interactive, easy-to-use business analytics applications that are considerably more flexible and faster to deploy compared Read More...
SAP BusinessObjects Edge for Business Performance Management Certification Report
SAP BusinessObjects Edge is now TEC Certified for online comparison of business performance management (BPM) solutions in TEC''s Evaluation Centers. The

owb olap  BusinessObjects Edge for Business Performance Management Certification Report TEC Product Certification Report: SAP BusinessObjects Edge for BPM If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. At Technology Evaluation Centers, we help companies like yours research, evaluate, and select the best enterprise software solutions for their unique business requirements. From small businesses to large enterprises, our clients include Read More...
SAP Releases HANA SPS5
During SAP''s SAPPHIRE NOW conference in Madrid, the recent support pack for HANA was released (SPS5), providing additional capabilities to HANA''s functionality

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TEC’s I&CM Evaluation Center (Slowly but Surely) Gaining Traction - Part II
Part I of this blog series expanded on some of TEC’s earlier articles about companies’ need for better commission and incentives calculations and best sales

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Business Objects Objects Again
In a repeat of the Brio lawsuit of 1999, Business Objects has now sued Cognos over a U.S. patent that Business Objects holds for a query technology. Cognos

owb olap  business objects,brio technology,cognos,Software developer Cognos,Business Objects SA,business intelligence software,cognos lawsuit,France-based Business Objects,Business Objects patent,business intelligence solutions Read More...
Microstrategy Moves Up with e-Business
On October 4, MicroStrategy announced the release of MicroStrategy 6, the latest in their line of Intelligent E-Business software products. On October 5

owb olap  Moves Up with e-Business Event Summary M2 PRESSWIRE-5 October 1999-ORLANDO, Florida -- NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) and MicroStrategy Incorporated (NASDAQ: MSTR) today announced that the two companies have signed a comprehensive, multi-year $52.5 million licensing and technology agreement. The agreement includes an investment by both companies in technology infrastructure, integration, and marketing - spanning e-business, business intelligence, and customer-centric data warehouse Read More...
Product Note: Jaspersoft-Is It Ready for Big Enterprises?
Entering the BI space for large companies is not a small challenge. Jaspersoft may be doing its homework to acquire more recognition and make a smooth but sure

owb olap  Note: Jaspersoft-Is It Ready for Big Enterprises? With their recent Enterprise edition, Jaspersoft looks at taking a big step forward for a competitive business intelligence (BI) solution, but is open source ready for the big BI market?   The FOSS and the COSS World Open source software providers have been growing in the recent years. Long gone are the days when free and open source software (FOSS) providers were making their first efforts to offer reliable software solutions. Nowadays, many of Read More...
Thinking Radically about Data Warehousing and Big Data: Interview with Roger Gaskell, CTO of Kognitio
Managing data—particularly in large numbers—still is and probably will be the number one priority for many organizations in the upcoming years. Many of the

owb olap  Radically about Data Warehousing and Big Data: Interview with Roger Gaskell, CTO of Kognitio Managing data—particularly in large numbers—still is and probably will be the number one priority for many organizations in the upcoming years. Many of the traditional ways to store and analyze large amounts of data are being replaced with new technologies and methodologies to manage the new volume, complexity, and analysis requirements. These include new ways of developing data warehousing, the Read More...
Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Solutions in This Uncertain Economy
In today’s economy, executives face declining revenues and tough cost-cutting decisions. However, cost reductions alone are not enough to survive, especially

owb olap  Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Solutions in This Uncertain Economy Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Solutions in This Uncertain Global Economy If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. SAP Americas is a subsidiary of SAP AG, the world''s largest business software company and the third-largest software supplier overall. SAP Americas'' corporate headquarters is located in Newtown Square, PA, a suburb Read More...
Operational Business Intelligence and Performance Management: Key Differentiators
The distinction between business performance management and operational business intelligence is sometimes unclear. Many vendor offerings overlap in terms of

owb olap  Business Intelligence and Performance Management: Key Differentiators Originally published - August 8, 2006 The key differentiators between business performance management (BPM) and operational business intelligence (OBI) are unclear. In the past few years, vendors have been moving away from traditional business intelligence (BI) to position themselves in one of two areas: either BPM or OBI. Although there are in fact differentiating factors, many vendor product offerings overlap in terms of Read More...
Contemporary Business Intelligence and Its Main Components
Business intelligence (BI) represents the tools and systems that play a key role in the strategic planning process by allowing a company to manipulate corporate

owb olap  Business Intelligence and Its Main Components Originally published - June 13, 2006 Economic and regulatory pressures, along with the need to stay competitive in the marketplace, have made business intelligence (BI) more important than ever for enterprise application users. BI gives users the ability to extract, consolidate, change, and analyze data in ways that are not possible in other approaches to enterprise applications. BI also allows users to exploit subsets of data within disparate Read More...
Why don’t the Potential Benefits of Spend Analysis Come Easily?


owb olap  don’t the Potential Benefits of Spend Analysis Come Easily? For years (if not decades) now, but especially during tough economic times, companies have been trying to better analyze their enterprise spend over their comprehensive pools of sourcing categories (and individual items and commodities within these categories) and suppliers. The idea here is to find room for improvement and savings by pinpointing strategic centralized (consolidated) procurement opportunities for a better negotiating power, Read More...
What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2000, the next major release of SQL Server 7, is Microsoft’s SQL 7 release of its database both re-architected and re-written. Microsoft has high

owb olap  New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 M. Reed - June 21, 2000 Product Background In 1987, Sybase released the SQL Server database management system on the UNIX platform. The product was ported to IBM OS/2 by Microsoft, Sybase, and Ashton-Tate (of DBase fame) in 1988-89. Ashton-Tate dropped out of the consortium in 1990. Between 1991 and 1993, Microsoft and IBM divorced in the OS/2 arena, and SQL Server 4.2 for Windows NT and the Windows NT 3.1 operating system Read More...
Intellicus Is Now a TEC Certified Business Intelligence Solution
We are pleased to announce that the Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights Platform is now available for online evaluation in the Business

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In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study
The primary bottleneck to high-performance multidimensional analysis has been slow hard drive speed—the time it takes for data to be transferred from disk

owb olap  Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study In May 2010, The Economist featured a review of SAP’s announcement to purchase Sybase and introduce in-memory technology in its next version of Business ByDesign . While the principal focus of The Economist remains world news and politics, it targets—through its readership—the most influential corporate decision makers. Through the years, this publication has analyzed some of the most significant trends in business and technology, and it is interesting Read More...

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