Wednesday, December 3, 2008

BI consulting: Vendor-neutral vs. vendor-specific

December 03, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
How to work with business intelligence vendors
Yuval Shavit, Features Writer

Running a successful business intelligence (BI) consultancy takes more than just technological expertise. As with many enterprise IT projects, BI combines technology and business. And because BI projects are often sizeable and consist largely of lucrative services, you may find more vendor competition than in other kinds of deployments. In this article, we'll show you how to maximize your profits and take your fair share of the deal. We'll also talk about how business intelligence projects may be affected by the economic slowdown.

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