One of the most stubborn and unresolved “in the wings” topics for any data management journalist is the merging of structured and unstructured content to further the value of business intelligence and performance management.

For the last many years there have been rumblings, models, and potential use cases to cross the tabular data world with that 80 percent of data everyone tells us is unstructured in enterprises. (That number is really not so shocking, given the verbosity and multiplicity of uses for unstructured content.)

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