Brookfield, WI – August 26, 2003 – DM Review, the premier publication for business intelligence, data warehousing and analytics, today announced plans to publish the fourth Annual DM Review Buyer’s Guide, which will be incorporated into the November 2003 issue of DM Review. The deadline for submitting a listing or securing an advertisement is September 5, 2003.

The 2004 Buyer’s Guide will serve as a valuable daily reference tool for corporate and IT executives as they make their purchasing decisions. It will include detailed listings from vendors in a wide variety of categories ranging from analytic applications to enterprise integration to Web services. Each vendor is entitled to a free listing, but upgrades and advertisements are available for those companies that want to distinguish themselves from others.

"DM Review’s Annual Buyer’s Guide is designed to ensure maximum visibility and produce a strong ROI for your marketing dollar," said Ron Powell, publisher of DM Review. "More than 100,000 executives, IT managers, IT staff and consultants will see this Guide; and, according to our latest readership study, 58 percent of our readers will keep it to assist them in planning for their technology investments."

To place your listing and/or advertisement, please contact Elizabeth Ames at or (630) 761-4468.

About DM Review and Thomson Media

DM Review ( is recognized as the premier business intelligence, analytics and data warehousing publication. For more than a decade, DM Review has provided thought-provoking and informative editorial covering strategic solutions across for business intelligence, analytics, data warehousing and CRM 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 published by Thomson Media (, a division of The Thomson Corporation and a leading provider of information, data and software tools for professionals in the financial services and related technologies markets.

The Thomson Corporation

The Thomson Corporation, with 2002 revenues of $7.8 billion, is a global leader in providing integrated information solutions to business and professional customers. Thomson provides value-added information, software tools and applications to more than 20 million users in the fields of law, tax, accounting, financial services, higher education, reference information, corporate training and assessment, scientific research and healthcare. The Corporation's common shares are listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges (TSX: TOC; NYSE: TOC).

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