Siebel gatecrashes the business intelligence party

Early in October, Siebel made good on its desire of moving into the Business Intelligence (BI) market, with the announcement of a...

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Early in October, Siebel made good on its desire of moving into the Business Intelligence (BI) market, with the announcement of a series of analytic applications. Designed as a suite of integrated modules, the Siebel Enterprise Analytic Applications are targeted at four main areas of the business: finance, workforce, supply chain, and not surprisingly, Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Having been briefed by the CRM behemoth (albeit at a fairly high level), it is high time this strategy was put into context.

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This was last published in January 2005

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