Brookfield, WI 05/31/02 DM Review, a publication of The Thomson Corporation, is pleased to announce Colin White, Richard Skriletz and Tom Hoblitzell have joined its roster of featured columnists. These columnists are internationally recognized experts who share their knowledge and expertise with DM Review readers.
Colin White, a frequent contributor to DM Review and founder of DataBase Associates and Intelligent Business Strategies, is a leading information technology consultant, has joined the DM Review columnist roster. White specializes in data warehousing, business intelligence tools and analytic applications, enterprise information portals and database systems. White’s column, Intelligent Business Strategies, begins in the June 2002 issue and will appear in the magazine every other month.
Richard Skriletz is the national managing principal for business intelligence, data warehousing and CRM at RCG Information Technology, a leading national provider of IT professional services. Skriletz has more than 30 years experience in information technology and consulting services in the computer, insurance, banking, utilities, telecommunications and manufacturing industries, providing business intelligence, IT strategy, business process reengineering, corporate transformation and executive advisory services. He passionately believes that information is an undervalued corporate asset, that business intelligence is a critical success factor for business today, and that successful business intelligence requires a focus on improving business results and business strategy. Directed to C-level executives, his column will focus on the necessity of strategy to effectively use business intelligence. Skriletz's column, Strategic Insight, began in the May 2002 issue.
Tom Hoblitzell replaces David Axson, who is currently writing a book, as the author of DM Review’s CEO Perspectives column. Hoblitzell is managing director of Business Intelligence applications at Answerthink, a leading provider of technology-enabled business transformation solutions. Says Axson, "Hoblitzell is one of the sharpest minds I know on the practical application of best practices in decision support. He will be an outstanding contributor to DM Review." Hoblitzell’s monthly column will begin in the June 2002 issue.
"The addition of these columnists adds to our coverage for the business audience of DM Review," said Jean Schauer, editor in chief of DM Review. "We are pleased that Tom, Richard and Colin have agreed to share their expertise with our readers."
About DM Review
DM Review (www.dmreview.com) is recognized as the premier business intelligence and data warehousing publication. For more than a decade, DM Review has provided thought-provoking and informative editorial covering strategic solutions for business intelligence, analytic applications including CRM and data warehousing 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.
About Thomson Media
Thomson Media (TM), a division of The Thomson Corporation, is a leading provider of information, data and software tools for professionals in the financial services and related technologies markets. Its primary products and businesses include: American Banker, Financial Planning, National Mortgage News, The Bond Buyer, Securities Industry News, The Global Banking Resource, Payments & Risk Solutions Products, Credit Card Management, and Sheshunoff Information Services. More than 750,000 clients use Thomson Media’s publications, databases and work solutions worldwide.
About The Thomson Corporation
The Thomson Corporation (www.thomson.com), with 2001 revenues of $7.2 billion, is a leading provider of integrated information solutions to business and professional markets worldwide. The Corporation's common shares are listed on the Toronto and London stock exchanges (TSE: TOC).
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