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    An InformationWeek Analytics WebCast presented by Intelligent Enterprise and sponsored by IBM:

    Resetting Information and BI Priorities for a Challenging Economy


    Duration: One Hour

    Given the current state of the global economy, it's clear that organizations need to hit the reset button when it comes to enterprise IT investment priorities. Encouragingly, an Intelligent Enterprise / InformationWeek Analytics survey conducted in January reveals that the investments needed most today are more about time, organization, and leadership commitments than they are about hard-cash outlays. More than 300 information technology and business professionals polled in our survey ranked "better guidance from business leaders" first, and "additional financial support or additional staff" dead last among 10 possible developments that could improve productivity.

    To learn more about today's path forward in business intelligence and information management, Intelligent Enterprise Editor-in-Chief Doug Henschen and independent analyst David Stodder team up to present a one-hour Webcast in which they discuss how to make the most of existing technologies while also laying the groundwork for short- and long-term investments. They also share guiding insights from the in-depth "Intelligent Enterprise Reader Priorities Survey 2009."

    Join us for this one-hour Webinar and you'll learn:

    • What priorities your peers are setting for improved IT and business productivity.
    • Which information management technologies will see continued investment.
    • Which goals are taking precedence in Master Data Management initiatives.
    • Why configurations and appliances will continue to drive data warehousing.
    • How business and IT can work together to develop better measures and metrics, support corporate strategy, and ensure top-down support for technology initiatives.

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