This is an article from the June 2006 issue of DM Review's Extended Edition. Click on this link for more information on DMR Extended Edition or to download this issue in a PDF format.

A recent survey of senior business executives points to some interesting facts about the state of business intelligence (BI) and knowledge management (KM) in large corporations. The survey, conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (a research arm of The Economist magazine), asked executives to assess the importance of various technologies in achieving their company's strategic goals over the next three years.1

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