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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

3 levels of analytical thinking  top of the database. 3.    What are, in your view, the two most important advances to date in the data warehouse and BI space? The number one advance to date is massively parallel processing, or MPP. Without it we could not possibly cope with the ever-increasing data volumes and analytic complexity that business applications command. While Moore’s Law , which dictates that processing power doubles every two years, is still valid for most applications, it does not ring true in the data warehousing Read More...
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Collaborative Analytics: Sharing and Harvesting Analytic Insights Across the Business
Sadly, a division exists between business analysts and IT@they often perform separate data-related duties. There are benefits for companies that unite business

3 levels of analytical thinking  function shown in figure 3, amounts to a very usable and useful visual development environment for analytics as described in the previous section. Lyza Commons extends the environment to support collaborative working. The concept is simple: a shared repository allows users who register with the Commons to share analyses in a controlled and managed fashion. When a user develops an interesting analytic procedure, s/he can share it with colleagues who are also members of the same group in the Commons. The Read More...
Thinking Radically: Interview with Gary Cokins
One of the things I love about my job is the opportunity I have to speak with great people. In this installment of Thinking Radically, I speak with Gary Cokins,

3 levels of analytical thinking  on business issues; and (3) its culture. As the first differentiator, SAS has used analytics and integrated them throughout its solutions, since its foundation some 35 years ago. The company’s software was never designed nor hampered as a transactional software like an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. SAS’s software code was originally and, continues to be, optimized to extract data and convert it into information. This allows SAS to be massively scalable with extremely fast computational Read More...
The Modern Approach to Workforce Planning: Best Practices in Today’s Economy
Unfortunately, leaders often lack the visibility to predict workforce needs in difficult times, and human resources (HR) professionals often lack the business

3 levels of analytical thinking  Annually Some quarterly Level 3 Headcount Planning Skills Gap Analysis Scenario Planning Alignment with Business Strategy Workforce Segmentation Extremely well-aligned with: Employee development Recruiting and staffing Contingent staffing / outsourcing Managed attrition Quarterly Level 4 Headcount Planning Skills Gap Analysis Scenario Planning Alignment with Business Strategy Workforce Segmentation Strategic Workforce Planning on Companywide Level Extremely well-aligned with: Employee development Read More...
The Renewed Finance Function: Extending Performance Management Beyond Finance
The role of the finance team has changed recently, due to increased oversight from regulators, more active investors, and company-specific changes in business

3 levels of analytical thinking  unit leaders. (See Figure 3.) At educational materials publisher Cengage Learning in Belmont, California, Ashish Gupta says finance works on strategic projects more closely with the company's CEO and Board than it had it the past. This trend, says Mr. Gupta, spans across industries, but I've seen it more in my current position, perhaps because of our recent sale to private equity. He says, Finance is a key player in various metrics-driven projects to analyze where the gaps are in the business, to find Read More...
Customer Success Story: University of Maryland School of Medicine
The University of Maryland School of Medicine had already experienced VMware technology as a way to consolidate its servers; what it didn’t realize was that the

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Forecasting Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades
For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both

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Evaluating the Total Cost of Network Ownership
The upfront expenses of a network comprise only 19% of the total cost. The remaining 81% can sneak up on bank management, often unaware of some subtle TCO

3 levels of analytical thinking  he provided onsite Level 3 support for national firms in multi-platform environments. Brian has also conducted international training tours for NEC's Server division. In these seminars, he trained systems engineers in high-end server hardware, configuration, and troubleshooting. Brian Killian is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Certified Netware Engineer, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Cisco Certified Network Associate, and a Citrix Certified Administrator. Lynn Koller is a writer for Brintech, a Read More...
The Integration Factor: The Inherent Value of Best-of-Class Enterprise Solutions
Monolithic ERP systems have proved inflexible in a period of change. The cost of maintenance and modifications are often prohibitively expensive. Yet most best

3 levels of analytical thinking  technology interoperability,CODA link architecture,business change management,systems integration,UNIT4 CODA,CODA financials,Coda enterprise business system,UNIT4 Read More...
The Art Of Distributed Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications
In this article we describe author's experience with the distributed development of multi-lingual three-tier Java/ CORBA/database Internet applications. We

3 levels of analytical thinking  by Java servlets. Figure 3 shows the organization of Internet directories which contain different file types and files which correspond to different languages. A good initial organization of directories allows easy maintenance at a later time. Figure 3. Organization of the Internet directories The root directory contains static HTML files common to all languages such as the HTML frameset file which holds the two frames shown in Figure 2. The figures directory contains graphic files common to all Read More...
The Wheres of Electronic Procurement
An overview of one of the central issues facing a deployment of e-procurement: Who controls the software?

3 levels of analytical thinking  to $8.5 billion by 2003. But the wheres of electronic procurement may not be quite so obvious, because E-procurement needs to be thought about in a way that is different from most other applications. For most applications, while there may be inputs coming from outside the company or data sent to the outside, the core of the application - the way we think of where it is -- lies well within the enterprise. With E-procurement the focus is on the transaction, which lies between two different organizations. Read More...
Customer Experience Management: The Value of Moments of Truth
Customers perceive value based on the experiences they receive—and many big-name companies have tuned into this because they’ve made a connection with customers

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Point of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not?
When selecting a point of sale (POS) solution, users have a choice between stand-alone solutions and integrated solutions. They should first evaluate core and

3 levels of analytical thinking  of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not? Introduction When evaluating a point of sale (POS) solution, there are generally two approaches: best-of-breed solutions, and integrated solutions. Both have strengths and weaknesses, according to the information technology (IT) infrastructure. Retailers that have an existing back-office system should evaluate whether it is better to replace their legacy system or to choose a best-of breed solution. For retailers that have neither a back-office system nor a legacy POS Read More...
Voice of the Customer Analytics
Verint Voice of the Customer Analytics solutions provide a solution set to centralize customer feedback across channels, interpret it in the context of

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Best Practices in Extending ERP: A Buyer’s Guide to ERP versus Best-of-breed Decisions
The trade-off between best-of-breed functionality and ease of integration is no longer so simple. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software continues to

3 levels of analytical thinking  ERP solution providers. Figure 3 indicates few of those planning to implement these extensions are unwilling to consider the purchase from their ERP vendor. The Option to Customize&8230; or Not Pure home-grown or custom developed solutions are rare. Less than 1% of survey respondents indicated a home grown or custom developed solution was implemented to the exclusion of any packaged ERP. However, 12% did indicate some form of home grown or custom developed ERP was installed, usually coexisting with Read More...

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