Executive information systems are to many chief executive officers what "intelligent agents" are to a typical consumer. While both developing technologies hold great promise to serve, their present-day masters are not quite ready to incorporate them into their daily routines. Intelligent agents could roam the Internet, for example, to seek out and obtain recipes tailored to an individual's dietary restrictions just as executive information systems could collect key sales data by region to ...
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