A Case for Information Management Consolidation

Reduce costs, increase efficiency, reduce complexity, and improve the output of Business Intelligence, Data Integration, and database tools your organization uses.

The New Basel Capital Accord, Basel II: A Business Intelligence Perspective

The New Basel Capital Accord, also known as Basel II, has sparked on-going discussion in the global financial institution sector on risk management, with volumes published on the formulae and risk modeling approaches that will be utilized to determine portfolio risk segments, operational risk levels, and the associated required capital allocation.

This paper summarizes highlights of the accord and addresses what each bank can do now to prepare for compliance with Basel II in light of known reporting, analysis, and disclosure requirements.

The value of an enterprise data model

An enterprise view of data is vital to achieving effective data sharing across the organization, improving data quality, and building Business Intelligence applications that provide context and meaning. Learn how to establish a strategic architectural framework and a clearly defined data model.

Successful product information management implementations

High-level overview of the approach used by Adastra on various Master Data Management and Product Information Management (PIM) projects, with a focus on the all-important area of tool selection. Discusses an effective process for selecting a tool that minimizes the risk to your organization as it plans its PIM investment.

The Integrated Person Method: Managing the Cancer System Trough Data Integration

Overview of the Linked Person Record for Cancer project, developed for Cancer Care Ontario. The objective: create a master patient record, within the Data Warehouse, that uniquely and securely identifies patients across various encounters with the health care system to monitor system effectiveness.

Enterprise information management for utilities

As they pursue a more competitive, market-oriented business model, energy companies are making increasing demands on their information systems to provide accurate and timely information on a wide variety of systems and metrics. Developing a solution architecture is an important investment to ensure scalability to a truly enterprise-wide information system, to control long-term costs, and to extract significant return on investment.

Agile information management: Possibilities and pitfalls

Complex Information Management projects can benefit from the flexibility of Agile-Scrum: an approach that works alongside the business it serves to deliver value and respond to changes quickly. This paper provides an overview of Agile-Scrum, as well as lessons learned from Agile IM projects.

Managed Services and Cloud Solutions for Improved Information Management Outcomes

Leading service providers with expertise in Information Management offer and increasingly atractive solution to the IM challenges facing today's information-rich enterprise: proven methodologies for managed services, expert resources, and lower costs than traditional consulting firms can offer.