Brookfield, WI – September 15, 1999 – DM Review congratulates the winners of the 1999 Readership Awards. Selected by the readers of DM Review, this year’s winners are: Compaq in the category of Storage; Informatica for Data Acquisition, Replication & Transformation; Informix in the category of Data Warehouse Engines; SAS Institute for Business Intelligence; SAS Institute for Data Administration, Management and Performance; and Sun Microsystems in the category of Hardware.

Market Perspectives, Inc., a Massachusetts-based research firm conducted an annual independent survey of DM Review readers from April through June of 1999. Readers were invited in the April, May and June issues of DM Review to participate in the survey conducted on the Web. Based on excellence, quality and overall value to the enterprise, DM Review readers identified the winning companies.

According to Jean Schauer, DM Review’s Editor-in-Chief, “These industry-leading companies have achieved product excellence, contributing greatly to the success of business intelligence and data warehouse implementations throughout the world. Additionally, each company is strongly committed to customer satisfaction, confirmed through their selection by our readers.”

DM Review is rated the #1 business intelligence and data warehousing magazine in the United States. DM Review, published by Faulkner & Gray, provides a wealth of knowledge through columns by top industry experts, informative and timely articles, data warehouse success stories, third-party product reviews, executive interviews and

Faulkner & Gray (F&G), a magazine publishing unit of Thomson Financial, is one of the nation's fastest growing electronic commerce trade magazine and Internet publishers. F&G offers market-leading magazines in electronic commerce providing access to key decision-makers in business-to-business e-commerce.

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