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WebFOCUS Operational Enterprise Business Intelligence
An application by Information Builders Inc.

Summary: WebFOCUS is a comprehensive and fully integrated enterprise business intelligence platform. It sets the standard for enterprise business intelligence by scaling to support every level of the global organization – executive, analytical, & operational – and make data available, accessible, and meaningful to every person or application that needs it.

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WebFOCUS Operational Enterprise Business Intelligence has been classified in the following categories:
Executive Information Systems (EIS)
Balanced Scorecard
Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
Business Intelligence Solutions
Operational BI
Reporting and End-User Query Tools

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Research Offered by Information Builders Inc.

Business Intelligence: The Strategic Imperative for CIOs by  Information Builders Inc., September 2007 - The CIO's role becomes more strategic as organizations use information to create a competitive advantage. This paper – using evidence from benchmarks created with IBM to test WebFOCUS' performance on System z running z/OS and Linux – helps CIOs to balance demands for information accessibility and processing power.

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Controlling Microsoft Excel Chaos With Business Intelligence by  Information Builders Inc., August 2006 - Enterprises can take control of the burgeoning number of unsanctioned spreadsheets by adopting a policy of centralized master spreadsheet generation. Learn how WebFOCUS creates fully summarized, organized, and styled Excel spreadsheets with complex formulas already in place, lowering the potential for keystroke and logic error.

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Critical Success Factors for Business Intelligence by  Information Builders Inc., November 2006 - Join moderator Gary Beach, publisher of CIO Magazine, and Michael Corcoran, Information Builders CCO, for an informative panel discussion on operational business intelligence (BI) and the keys to a successful deployment. They'll speak with technology experts from Pershing LLC and Holland America Lines about their BI projects.

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Establishing a Culture of Measurement - A Practical Guide to Business Intelligence by  Information Builders Inc., March 2006 - BI empowers companies with the ability to offer products and services at the lowest cost and with the greatest amount of efficiency and productivity possible- while returning the highest revenues and profits. Learn how BI can help you to establish a culture of measurement and begin a powerful cycle of continued improvement within your organization.

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Is a Data Warehouse the Only Option for Business Intelligence? by  Information Builders Inc., October 2007 - While data warehouses are important for many types of analytical systems, they aren’t always necessary. Building a data warehouse can dramatically increase the cost of a BI project. This paper describes data warehouses, along with many other options for placing relevant, timely information in the hands of business users.

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Process-Driven Business Intelligence: Building Smarter Business Processes by  Information Builders Inc., November 2006 - Most organizations strive for efficiency because it ties to cost savings and better performance, while helping to anchor competitive advantages. However, improving efficiency requires organizations to continually seek new methods of managing increasingly complex business processes.

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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - A New Alternative to Traditional Technology Integration by  Information Builders Inc., March 2006 - This paper will examine the basic premises underlying a Service Oriented Architecture ( SOA ) and describe how universal technology and service adapters, such as those from iWay Software, can help organizations realize the benefits of SOAs.

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Worst Practices in BI: Why Business Intelligence (BI) Applications Succeed Where BI Tools Fail by  Information Builders Inc., June 2007 - Tthis paper provides insight into the top-four worst practices for BI. It also provides guidance on how to avoid and/or overcome worst practices in order to tap into the true power of BI. By reading this paper, you will have a solid understanding of how to avoid BI failure and achieve success with your BI initiatives.

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Worst Practices in SOA Implementation: Why Service-Oriented Architectures Fail by  Information Builders Inc., October 2007 - Service-oriented architecture (SOA) enables different programs, applications, and tools to interact via self-contained services that do not depend on the context or state of the other service. This white paper provides insight into the top-four worst practices for SOA integration, and how to avoid and/or overcome these worst practices.

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