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A Strategic Vision for Unified Information Management Architectures is Key for Vendors

A Strategic Vision for Unified Information Management Architectures is Key for Vendors

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c86752) has announced the addition of Datamonitor's new report: 2008 Trends to Watch: Integrated Information Management to their offering.

The 2008 Trends to Watch: Integrated Information Management brief offers a comprehensive take on the latest and most significant trends in the content management and business intelligence space. The brief details five key trends, highlighting the likely impact of these trends on enterprises and technology vendors.

Scope

- Details The view on the main trends that are likely to affect business intelligence and content management.

- Examines the likely impact of the changing technology landscape in information management on enterprises.

- Examines the likely impact of the changing enterprise priorities in information management on vendors and service providers.

Highlights of this title

Business intelligence and content management have traditionally operated as distinct application and information silos in the enterprise, but the need for enterprises to rationalize the application footprint and simplify infrastructure complexity has triggered their march towards convergence.

Vendors need to focus on creating a product vision that addresses the needs of enterprises that now increasingly demand real-time, pervasive access to information. Datamonitor believes that vendors with an actionable vision for an all-encompassing information management architecture are likely to gain strong competitive advantage in the market.

Key reasons to purchase this title

- Comprehensive guide on latest trends in business intelligence and content management space

- Detailed take on emerging trends, with insights into the likely impact on enterprise priorities.

- Coverage across the breadth of information management space, including business process management.

Some Key Points:

-Business Intelligence and Content Management march towards convergence

-Content Management and Business Intelligence growth is set to outpace other applications

-A new enterprise architecture for integrated information management is likely to emerge

-Business intelligence will be tightly integrated into the enterprise applications stack

-Content management solutions acquire advanced workflow capabilities as standard

-Enterprises should reassess their existing information architecture to reduce redundancy

-A strategic vision for unified information management architectures is key for vendors

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c86752

Source: Datamonitor

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