Information management is a commonly undervalued function. Yet it is the key to producing high quality business intelligence. Extracting information of value to couple with strategic market intelligence will produce the business intelligence on which the corporation can leverage its standing.
Needless to say, the collection, storage and retrieval of this information must be intelligently managed to produce the expected results.
So how do you collect this information, taking account of the need to comply with data privacy legislation? Do you use an outside service? What types of information is available from contract services? How do you store, review, assess and manipulate this information?
- Information management paradigms by Mark Davis
- Interview with Frank Ryan of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, from competia.com
- Large data warehousing projects by Wally Bock
- The technology trap by Jerry Ash
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