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DCI's Excellence in Business Information Award Winners

Published
  • November 01 1999, 1:00am EST

On August 31, 1999, at DCI's Data Warehouse World in New York, the winners of the fifth annual DCI Excellence in Business Information Awards were announced. These awards recognize outstanding successful implementation of data warehousing, data access and decision support technologies in today's dynamic computing environment. Each entrant was required to document an actual data warehouse implementation at a customer location.

The implementations were judged by an independent panel of data warehouse experts including Aaron Zornes, executive vice president of application delivery strategies at META Group; Ron Powell, publisher of DM Review; and Douglas Hackney, president, Enterprise Group, Ltd.

The awards were sponsored by DCI in conjunction with DM Review and co-sponsored by META Group and the International Data Warehousing Association.

1999 Winners:

AlphaBlox for Analytical Solutions

Business Objects for Penske Logistics

IBM for Bank of Montreal


Back Row – Left to right: Douglas Hackney, president, Enterprise Group, Ltd.; Jan Mrazek, chief specialist, business intelligence, Emfisys (Bank of Montreal); Doug Welch, chief architect, data warehouse, Bank of Montreal; Thomas Nather, senior systems analyst, Penske Logistics; Ron Powell, publisher, DM Review; Aaron Zornes, executive vice president, application delivery strategies, META Group; Warwick Davies, director of conferences, DCI. Front row – Left to right: Carol Bowden, director eastern region, Business Objects Americas; Susan Schwartz, program manager, data management marketing, IBM; Carol Ewton, product marketing manager, AlphaBlox.

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