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Special Report: The Business Information Revolution

Source: Wellesley Information Services
Throughout 2011, SAP and its partners have been pushing the boundaries of traditional business intelligence (BI) with a wave of new business analytics solutions, including SAP BusinessObjects analytic applications, SAP BusinessObjects Mobile, and SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand. SAPinsider asked SAP Executive Vice President and General Manager Sanjay J. Poonen to explain the market dynamics that are driving this revolution, and what’s in it for customers.


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Product Analysis Report: IBM Cognos and SPSS Solutions
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The purpose of this buyer’s guide is to provide clarity on the ERP software market for midsize manufacturing companies, its characteristic features, the market trends, as well as the major players and their products. The guide also includes a special report on cloud ERP solutions. Read More...


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