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Brio Technology Enters the ETL Market
Brio Technology (Nasdaq: BRYO) today announced Brio.Impact 4.0, an upgraded version of the industry's first analytic application designed specifically for

etl article  Technology Enters the ETL Market Brio Technology Enters the ETL Market M. Reed - November 24, 1999 Event Summary Brio Technology (Nasdaq: BRYO) today announced Brio.Impact 4.0, an upgraded version of the industry's first analytic application designed specifically for revenue optimization. Available immediately, Brio.Impact 4.0 includes an integrated extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) capability for faster implementation that reduces deployment time by as much as one third. In addition, Read More...
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Informatica Morphs into Enterprise Decision Support Vendor
Informatica Corporation, long an established vendor in the Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) market space, has morphed themselves into a vendor of solutions for the

etl article  they were strictly an ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) vendor who competed with Platinum Technology, Prism Solutions, Carleton, and Evolutionary Technologies (ETI). With his background at Unisys and Sterling Software, Dhillon understood that applications were being moved from mainframes to the then-new client/server technologies. Many companies were struggling to move the required data between the two environments. Informatica was formed to solve this problem. The first product to be introduced to market was Read More...
Evolutionary Technologies Does EAI (Always Did, We Just Didn’t Call It That)
Evolutionary Technologies (ETI) has announced the newest release of their flagship product, ETI•EXTRACT Tool Suite Release 4.2. ETI·Extract has long been well

etl article  of Platinum Technology ). ETL tools have always been required to consolidate, merge, and move data for access by other processes. In the last few years, this ETL function has become one of the cornerstones of what has become known as enterprise application integration (EAI), a hot technology for enabling e-business and CRM (customer relationship management) initiatives, among others. The number of vendors now involved in this market either directly or tangentially has exploded, and it is becoming Read More...
systemfabrik Releases an EAI Product?
With the announcement of the immediate availability of Warehouse Workbench 4.0 (WWB), systemfabrik, originally an Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) vendor, is

etl article  processes and moves beyond ETL (Extract, Transform, and Load) capabilities. Warehouse Workbench 4.0 introduces an open, enterprise wide Information Infrastructure Architecture based on the Universal Transformation Language (UTL). Reverse Engineering and graphical online simulation of all transformations, accelerate the integration of inter enterprise data. Increasingly, data marts and data warehouses are no longer isolated features within the company says Gerrit Kolb, CEO of systemfabrik. Their rapid Read More...
Comparing Business Intelligence and Data Integration Best-of-breed Vendors' Extract Transform and Load Solutions
There are two types of extract transform and load (ETL) vendors. Business intelligence (BI) vendors integrate ETL functionality into their overall BI framework,

etl article  though, for many vendors, ETL is only a part of their offering, this article will focus strictly on the ETL functionality those vendors provide. When evaluating potential vendors and their ETL functionality, there are two types to choose from. Vendors such as Cognos , SAS , and Information Builders provide integrated ETL functionality built in to their overall BI framework. Data integration or data quality vendors such as DataFlux , Ascential , and Trillium , on the other hand, provide best-of-breed ETL Read More...
An Indian’s view on the Chindian software outsourcing condition
I was positively staggered to read the article “Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China?” Perhaps my opinions are underlined with a

etl article  Indian’s view on the Chindian software outsourcing condition I was positively staggered to read the article “ Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China? ” Perhaps my opinions are underlined with a bias of the South Indian (you’ll find Bangalore in those parts) variety, a fierce one at that too (which is why I have long abstained from writing the article “Why Indian outsourcing is the next best thing to sliced bread”). Nevertheless, I maintain that the article does no Read More...
Won’t Get Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today
Going through our article archives, I stumbled across Glen Petersen’s excellent article A Lexicon for CRM Success.Petersen takes aim at key buzzwords in the

etl article  Get Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today Going through our article archives , I stumbled across Glen Petersen’s excellent article A Lexicon for CRM Success . Petersen takes aim at key buzzwords in the CRM industry, and I thought it’d be worth summarizing his list of the worst offenders--and his thinking about why they belong in the trash can. An internationally recognized speaker, writer, practitioner, and thought leader in the CRM and e-business industries, Petersen Read More...
RFID Case Study: HP and Wal-Mart
HP is making strides in complying with Wal-Mart's RFID mandates. This article describes the key lessons learned.

etl article  burned by trying to quietly or secretly deploy RFID, and in some cases track consumers' behavior without the consumer's knowledge. This only reinforces paranoia about loss of privacy and Big Brother conspiracy theories, in many cases leading to near hysteria when the story inevitably breaks. HP, with Wal-Mart, has taken the approach of making the identification of RFID tagged product prominent and clear, explaining RFID to the consumer. Time will tell whether this has any negative impact on sales, but it Read More...
Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China?
This article discusses the risks and opportunities related to outsourcing software development to China. It concludes that China, as an outsourcing destination,

etl article  North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China? Nowadays in North America, finding a developer from India to back up the software you are using is probably as easy as finding Made in China on the tag of the jacket you are wearing. But, have you ever thought that one day China—the mighty hard goods producer—will become much stronger on the soft side? The past few years have seen China's tremendous efforts on promoting its software development capability—and it has gained a st Read More...
The People Factor: Accelerating Supply Chain Transformation Through Education
This article summarizes the findings from a study of why customers failed to attain the full value potential of their SCM projects. Most SCM projects continue

etl article  People Factor: Accelerating Supply Chain Transformation Through Education Introduction In software implementations, we constantly talk about need to balance people, process, and technology . Yet, to date, most SCM projects continue to focus much of their energy on technology implementations and simply pay lip service to end-user training and executive alignment. We are now a decade into the technology-enabled supply chain journey, and the lessons learned thus far dictate that this attitude must and Read More...
Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL (français)


etl article  Antidot Information Factory versus ETL (français) Read More...
Are Spend Management (or SRM) Apps Suited for the Mid-market? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series introduced some common supply chain challenges and resulting spend management opportunities for companies of all sizes. The article

etl article  Spend Management (or SRM) Apps Suited for the Mid-market? - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog series  introduced some common supply chain challenges and resulting spend management  opportunities for companies of all sizes. The article then went into the philosophical and functional differences (if any) between the “spend management” and “supplier relationship management (SRM )” monikers. Further discussion was about what exact functional parts of this software category small and medium enterprises Read More...
ScheduleSoft: What about Workforce Management on the Shop Floor?
My recent article entitled “Workforce Scheduling @ Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor?” analyzed the importance of manufacturing workforce

etl article  What about Workforce Management on the Shop Floor? My recent article entitled “Workforce Scheduling & Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor?” analyzed the importance of manufacturing workforce scheduling & optimization solutions and stated that many manufacturing enterprises still use rudimentary tools and practices (if that) to manage their labor. The article stated that most manufacturing organizations do not yet understand the strategic value that workforce scheduling could p Read More...
How the Mining Industry Benefits from ERP Systems
Integrated enterprise resource planning software normalizes the reporting requirements for a mining company’s various departments. This article loosely shows

etl article  the Mining Industry Benefits from ERP Systems Originally Published - March 26, 2008 Mining is a multifaceted business, one that in many ways parallels a repetitive manufacturing business. The analogy is that exploration and marketing for a mining company, for example, is similar to the marketing research performed by a manufacturer, although a noted difference between the two is that most mines are of sizes to support decades of operation, whereas a manufacturer’s production runs last for much Read More...

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