During January, I interviewed fifteen colleagues about their thoughts for 2003 relative to the BI marketplace and its technology. My questions revolved around what is different about 2003 as compared to 2002. Will 2003 hold some surprises for us?

There was confirmation that 2003, like 2002, continues to be a tough year for BI vendors.1 There was also confirmation that corporate IT continues to seek tangible ROI payback within a few months (if not days), and there was confirmation that global tensions and the tight economy are having a huge negative impact.

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