At Last, Business Intelligence Not an Oxymoron

Don't just take my word for it . . .thanks to Information Week for making business intelligence its Aug 31 cover story. The...

Risk Management and BI Cloud Computing – Will It Work and Who’s in Charge?

As Cloud Computing matures, will it evolve into a viable platform used by financial services organizations, including Risk Management?  If so, are Business Intelligence...

Business Intelligence and Swine Flu

Business intelligence and swine flu ...  it sounds like a random Google search.  In reality, though, as companies race to deliver vaccines for swine...

Business Analytics for the Rest of Us

A recent story from B-to-B Magazine has details on a new offering that brings business intelligence to the MARKETING department – a place as...

Welcome to Spotfire’s Blog on Business Intelligence Software

Welcome!  Before we describe what you can get from reading our new blog on business intelligence software, we want to introduce ourselves to anyone...

RuleML 2008: PRR and rules vs decisions

One of the nice things about Business Rules Forum is that the Rule Markup Conference (RuleML08) is co-located with it. So some of us...

Business Rules Forum 2008: The BRE Vendor Panel

One of the reasons to attend conferences is for the entertainment laid on by organisers, such as the verbal boxing matches in vendor panels....

Business Rules Forum 2008: Agile, Optimization

So here we are at BRForum08, which kicked off with some tutorials. We missed Sunday's worthy sessions, including Ron Ross' overview, Neil Raden and...

High-performance event-driven executable UML?

Next week sees another OMG Technical Meeting, co-hosted with the SOA Consortium. OMG is mostly known for its UML modeling language, and one...