SAS ranks no. 1 on FORTUNE ‘Best Companies to Work For’ list in America.
SAS, the leader in business analytics, is No.1 on FORTUNE magazine’s annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. SAS was listed as one of the best for health care, child care and work-life balance. SAS has made the list all 13 years since it was first established in 1998. This is the seventh time SAS has been in the top 10 and the fifth time in the top five.
iEMSS International workshop: “Tales of adoption - how and why are DSS successful in environmental and related sectors” July 5-8, 2010 Ottawa.
InetSoft Technology (www.inetsoft.com), an innovator in dashboard, reporting and analysis solutions, today announced its dashboard and reporting application customized for salesforce.com users has been selected as an “AppExchange Essential” by salesforce.com.
SAP announces Zions Bancorporation has adopted closed-loop enterprise performance management to increase profitability, operational control.
SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) today announced that Zions Bancorporation has implemented SAP® BusinessObjects™ enterprise performance management (EPM) solutions and is now following SAP's closed-loop performance management model, resulting in greater transparency, tighter operational control and profitability that exceeds industry standards. Zions Bancorporation is one of the nation's premier financial services companies, consisting of a collection of banks in select high-growth markets. Under local management teams and community identities, Zions operates approximately 500 full-service banking offices, offering a variety of banking services, including investment, mortgage and electronic banking services.
Gartner identifies four information management roles IT departments need to remain effective.
Gartner, Inc. has identified four information-management roles that IT departments need to establish and recruit from outside the IT team in a major trend that will affect both IT and business.
Information Builders urges enterprises to look outside the traditional boundaries of business intelligence (BI).
With the concept of "customer-facing BI," Information Builders is urging enterprises to move business intelligence (BI) assets from the back office to the front office – and ultimately into the hands of workers and customers.