Brookfield, WI 05/31/02 DM Review proudly announces the winners of the 2002 World Class Solution Awards.
Implementation Site: Dominion
Category: Analytic Applications
Implementation Site: Department of Veterans Affairs, Northwest Network
Category: Business Intelligence
Implementation Site: Fifth Third Bank
Category: CRM Analytics
Implementation Site: Expro
Category: Data Acquisition & Integration
Implementation Site: Florida International University
Category: Data Management
Trillium Software, a division of Harte-Hanks, Inc.
Implementation Site: BOISE Cascade Office Products
Category: Data Quality & Enhancement
Implementation Site: MasterCard International
Category: High Availability, Performance & Systems Management
Intraspect Software, Inc.
Implementation Site: Hill & Knowlton, Inc.
Category: Portals, Collaboration & Knowledge Management
Implementation Site: National Steel Corporation
DM Review's World Class Solution Awards are designed to recognize strategic implementations that represent world class initiatives in business intelligence; analytic applications; customer relationship management analytics; data acquisition and integration; data management; storage; high availability, performance and systems management; data quality and enhancement; and portals, collaboration and knowledge management. The nine winners were selected from a field of more than 80 entries. Judges determined the winning solutions based on predetermined criteria including business benefits derived from the implementation as well as the innovative use of technology to solve business problems.
The 2002 World Class Solution Awards were judged by the following industry experts (in alphabetical order): Sid Adelman, Joyce Bischoff, Larry P. English, Jane Griffin, Richard Hackathorn, Douglas Hackney, Claudia Imhoff, Bill Inmon, Michael Jennings, Stephan Kudyba, David Loshin, David Marco, William McKnight, Dan Meers, Nancy K. Mullen, Susan Osterfelt, David M. Raab, Philip Russom, Len Silverston, J.D. Welch and Colin White.
"Since 1996, DM Review has presented the World Class Solution Awards to recognize innovative, successful business intelligence implementations that provide true business value," said Ron Powell, publisher/editorial director of DM Review. "We are proud to continue to sponsor an award that continually grows in both participants and scope. These awards, presented in the June 2002 issue of DM Review, illustrate the power that technology can provide when implemented strategically."
To be placed on the list to receive the 2003 WCSA guidelines when available, contact Val Schauer, editor at DM Review, firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission forms for the 2003 World Class Solution Awards will be available in January 2003.
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