Profile of Doug HenschenExecutive Editor, Enterprise Apps
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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Doug Henschen is Executive Editor of InformationWeek, where he covers the intersection of enterprise applications with information management, business intelligence, big data and analytics. He previously served as editor in chief of Intelligent Enterprise, editor in chief of Transform Magazine, and Executive Editor at DM News. He has covered IT and data-driven marketing for more than 15 years.
Articles by Doug Henschen
posted in May 2010
Free new features include a financial reporting module, CRM integrations and an SAP connector.
Laying out an ambitious roadmap at its SAPPHIRE NOW conference in May, SAP executives detailed an in-memory, tech-powered plan to unite enterprise applications and business intelligence. If it succeeds, the plan will change the course of IT.
Buyers and sellers gain one-stop, software-free selling and procurement. IBM adds collaboration and social networking tools.
Analytic database handles structured and unstructured data. Federation and loading options improve.
Apps vendor talks real-time; customers hear "removing IT infrastructure."
Embedded BI and analytics are aimed at uniting analysis with business processes. The ultimate test: Helping employees make better decisions.
Decision Management system launches with customer-service and insurance-claims applications.
How soon could the SAP Business Analytic Engine, or "New DB," as Hasso Plattner described it, replace data warehouse infrastructure and the databases underlying applications? Hold on there, dreamer. That's something for years down the road...
Business Analytic Engine promises business-user-accessible analysis of real-time information.
Application vendor partners with Cisco, EMC and VMware; plans more services-based apps and a July reintroduction of Business ByDesign.
At SAP's SAPPHIRE conference, ASUG's CEO promises strong advocacy as the user group tackles software-support and BusinessObjects integration woes.
We all like to believe in "fact-based decision making," but noted author John Allen Paulos makes the case that our increasingly data-driven culture can be easily mislead by numbers.
Applications vendor is counting on breakthrough combinations with Sybase mobile and analytic technologies.
New platform is services capable, but it won't be delivered online until 2011.
New taxonomies make predictive analytics hip to Twitter slang and vertical-industry jargon.
The latest version of Microsoft's collaborative platform delivers better business intelligence, new social networking features, and two-way application-integration options.
Deal bolsters IBM's on-premise-to-cloud data integration capabilities.