Brookfield, WI – January 8, 2002 – DM Review, a Thomson Financial publication and the industry’s premier business intelligence and data warehousing publication, acknowledges business intelligence as the key to strategic corporate decision making for competitive advantage. DM Review’s World Class Solution Awards recognize innovative, successful implementations that provide true business value. The publication is now accepting entries for the 2002 World Class Solution Awards.

  • Entries are due Friday February 15, 2002.
  • To provide a consistent base for the judges, all entries must adhere to the format requirements and entry outline available at www.dmreview.com/wcs or by contacting Val Schauer vschauer@dmreview.com.
  • Entries that do not adhere to the requirements will not be considered.
  • Entries are not to exceed 1500 words.
  • The solution entered must be in full production for a minimum of three months.
  • Only one submission per vendor per category will be accepted.
  • Please send final submissions via e-mail to vschauer@dmreview.com.
  • All implementation site finalists will be contacted to verify the accuracy of the entries.

JUDGING CRITERIA

Each entry will be judged using the above criteria and the information provided. Responses to each question will be rated from 1 (none) to 6 (significant) for impact, relevance and innovation. The implementation site contact must be available for a telephone interview with the judges if the site is selected as a finalist.

Last year’s World Class Solution Award winners were:

IDeaS
Implementation Site: Hyatt International

Teradata, a division of NCR
Implementation Site: Coca-Cola Company

Business Objects
Implementation Site: Owens & Minor

ProClarity Corporation
Implementation Site: World Bank Group

SAS
Implementation Site: BMG Direct

Trillium Software, a division of Harte-Hanks
Implementation Site: AT&T

Kalido Ltd.
Implementation Site: Shell International Petroleum Company Limited

About DM Review

For more than a decade, DM Review has provided thought-provoking and informative editorial covering strategic solutions for business intelligence, analytic applications – including CRM – and data warehousing across all major industries. DM Review’s authors and columnists are internationally recognized experts in a variety of business intelligence fields. DM Review editorial provides both business and technology perspectives regarding issues, trends and solutions of interest to corporate executives and IT managers.

DM Review is part of Thomson Financial’s Banking, Insurance & E-Commerce Group, which comprises EC Media Group, American Banker, Faulkner & Gray, Sheshunoff Information Services, Thomson Financial Publishing and Thomson Financial Insurance Solutions. The group helps more than 750,000 clients worldwide monitor industry information; expedite payments processing; reduce risk and comply with federal regulation; streamline research and analysis; and enhance e-commerce. For more information, visit our Web site at www.thebankingchannel.com.

About Thomson Financial

Thomson Financial is a US$2 billion provider of e-information and integrated work solutions to the worldwide financial community. Through the widest range of products and services in the industry, Thomson Financial helps clients in more than 70 countries make better decisions, be more productive and achieve superior results. Thomson Financial is part of The Thomson Corporation (TSE: TOC), a leading, global e-information and solutions company with annual revenues of approximately US$6.0 billion. The Corporation’s common shares are listed on the Toronto and London stock exchanges. For more information on Thomson Financial, visit www.thomsonfinancial.com.

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