Companies seeking more powerful executive information systems are migrating toward browser technology, increasingly robust data warehouses and systems that give top management an enterprise-wide view of operations. Another advance will be to make the data that is pushed to executives' desktops real-time or close to it, sources told SN. More timely information, however, increases the costs of an EIS -- the more recent the data, the more computing power required. "The key benefit of ...
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