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NEW! Do-It-Yourself Guide for High-Value Data Across the Enterprise

This white paper explores a new methodology for integrating data management principles into the organization and creating more accurate, integrated and controlled data to support every part of the business.

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How Business Can Survive and Thrive in Turbulent Times

The ability to transform information into insight in response to market movements is core to sustainability. In this white paper, The Economist reports on the challenges and rewards of organizational agility.

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TDWI Webinar
  • OnLine Customer Analytics and Beyond: Understanding Customer Behavior

    Companies who conduct business online, or whose entire business is tied to the web, have many things in common. Most notable is that they collect large and constantly growing amounts of data they need to analyze and report on. Understanding customer behavior, segmenting customers for market targeting, assessing the effectiveness of advertising or marketing campaigns, optimizing websites, or a host of other questions may mean the difference between business success and failure.

10 Ways for SMBs to Capture Value from Their Data

When it comes to acquiring business intelligence (BI) capabilities, many small and medium-sized businesses have traditionally been at a disadvantage. In this paper we explore the ten key considerations for SMBs setting up a BI project and explore some common mistakes to avoid.

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