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QueryObject Partners With Cognos
On November 15, QueryObject Systems announced that it has partnered with Cognos Corporation to create and market a high-capacity analytical data mart accessible

natural language search engines  and applications is a natural complement to QueryObject's Internet-optimized analytical data structure. We look forward to significant market development opportunities together. Market Impact QueryObject has suffered significant losses in the last three fiscal years reported, and is currently trading at 1-3/16. However, it is 60 percent owned by investment firms, so it has a little more wiggle room than other publicly held companies would. The addition of Cognos, possibly the premier business intelligenc

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Enterprise Content Management (ECM) System RFI/RFP Template

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