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Parting the Fog of Business Intelligence


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Mark Robinson

| CIO Insights Article Published November 3, 2005
A simple assessment process can help you mount a successful BI campaign, writes CIO Update columnist Mark Robinson of Greenbrier & Russel.

Who They Gonna Call?


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Mark Robinson

| CIO Insights Article Published September 1, 2005
In today’s atmosphere of intense scrutiny, CFOs need to call on CIOs to rescue them from the four ghosts of finance, writes CIO Update columnist Mark Robinson of Greenbrier & Russel.

The Myths About Metadata


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Mark Robinson

| CIO Insights Article Published June 2, 2005

In business the devil is in the details. And that's where metadata comes in. But if it isn't done right, it might as well not be done at all, writes CIO Update columnists Mark Robinson and Vivek Anand of Greenbrier & Russel .

Predictive Analytics: Looking to the Horizon, Part II


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Mark Robinson

| CIO Insights Article Published May 5, 2005
Predictive analytics gives businesses a feed forward mechanism that traditional BI simply cannot match, writes CIO Update columnist Mark Robinson of Greenbrier & Russel in Part II of this two-part series.

Predictive Analytics: Looking to the Horizon


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Mark Robinson

| CIO Insights Article Published April 7, 2005
Predictive analystics tools give businesses a feedforward mechanism that traditional BI tools simply cannot match, writes CIO Update columnist Mark Robinson of Greenbrier & Russel in Part I of this two-part series.

Testing is Key to Data Warehouse Success


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Mark Robinson

| CIO Insights Article Published January 20, 2005
Implementing a business intelligence system is supposed to be a good thing, unless you don't test it correctly, writes CIO Update guest columnist, Mark Robinson of Greenbrier & Russel.