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One of the most stubborn and unresolved “in the wings” topics for any data management journalist is the merging of structured and unstructured content to further the value of business intelligence and performance management.

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Comments (1)
very interesting Jim. Quickly, little about myself, I lead the BI team in Tawuniya (tawuniya.com.sa), the biggest insurance company in Saudi Arabia and one of the biggest in the Gulf area.

thanks for this article, my comment is we may need to think totally different when work with unstructured data, i mean why tabular repository, why common analysis and charts. the input is unstructured data, let the output be also unstructured knowledge and wisdom!!?

we may need to design and develop totally different theory and mechanisms to see the intelligence inside the unstructured data.

thanks and regards, muhammad hijazi

Posted by muhammad h | Saturday, September 26 2009 at 10:58PM ET
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