Business users in today's information-saturated world are demanding -- they want the right information they need to conduct their work, without having to wait for it when they need it or sift through lots of irrelevant information to find what they need. Data warehousing is one of today's hottest informational architectures for serving this need. Read all about it
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How do you select the right vendor tools for building and implementing your data warehouse?
An increasingly complex workforce with international locations and telecommuting employees calls for more complex project plans and management tools. Read why PlanView is becoming the logical tool choice for the increasingly complicated world of project management.
This table includes topics dealing with some of the most important areas of project management, requirements definition and scope control, as well as the time-honored work breakdown structure.
"The Capability Maturity Model for Software (CMM or SW-CMM) is a model for judging the maturity of the software processes of an organization and for identifying the key practices that are required to increase the maturity of these processes." Sounds easy enough, right? But there's more to it. Through this site, you can learn not only the basics of this model, but how the CMM can be integrated and what it means for software engineers.
Increasing Professional Services Utilization by Taking Advantage of a Web-based Solution Architecture
The shortage of qualified personnel has threatened the ability of Professional Services Organizations (PSOs) to grow and thrive. Using a Professional Services Automation (PSA) solution, such as PlanView, to better manage employees and subcontractors has enabled smaller PSOs to compete and succeed against larger, more efficient organizations.
Once again, the META Group spots trends that apply to your application delivery strategies. Read this in-depth, thorough study about whether to build or buy customer relationship management (CRM) applications.
An in-depth article about functional requirements and use cases from two industry gurus.
In this article, Jim defines some basic components and outlines web application modeling extensions to UML.
This paper describes a set of tools that enables application developers to debug and design distributed applications from existing "off-the-shelf" components, make new application components available on the Internet through a "launcher" service, and more.