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Research: January 2012

Research, articles, and tips on CRM, Business Intelligence, ERP, supply chain management, and other enterprise applications. - Archive for January 2012

11 Tips for Successful Mobile Business Intelligence

January 31, 2012

Mobile is the hottest trend going today in business intelligence. Enterprise Apps Today asked a group of business intelligence experts to …

SAP v Oracle: Battle of the ERP Giants

January 26, 2012

SAP dominates the ERP market, commanding 24 percent of total ERP market share in 2010, with Oracle close behind, with 18 percent of the …

Contest Highlights R Language's Big Data Analysis Power

January 25, 2012

Revolution Analytics, a commercial provider of software, services and support for the open source R language, awarded $20,000 to contestants …

Business Analyst, IT Must Be Buddies for Effective Business Intelligence

January 19, 2012

Business analysts and IT programmers should be friends, or at least effective collaborators. They are carrying out separate agile processes, …

Are There Enough Data Scientists to Go Around?

January 18, 2012

A recent EMC survey highlights a shortage of data science skills – a problem likely to get even worse in the near-term future.

'Epic' Lawsuits Among ERP Predictions for 2012

January 17, 2012

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are supposed to help management predict, plan and execute. Some do it better than others. So it …

BPM Gets Out of the Back Office

January 11, 2012

Business process management practitioners say their clients are beginning to use BPM not just to streamline their back-office processes, but …

Seven Business Intelligence Predictions for 2012

January 5, 2012

From Big Data to the cloud, what will shape the business intelligence market in 2012.

Hadoop Secures 1.0 Release

January 4, 2012

Big Data gets a big release, providing improved security and full support for HBase.

12 Helpful Salesforce Apps for 2012

January 3, 2012

These 12 Salesforce apps can help improve customer relationship management (CRM) and make your sales teams more productive.