By Joseph M. Firestone
Is the company details Portal (EIP) wisdom management's killer app? top specialist Joseph M. Firestone, the 1st writer to formulate the belief of the company wisdom Portal, breaks new floor and appears to the longer term with a realistic, yet finished method of company portals and their dating to wisdom administration. offering a transparent and novel review, Firestone tackles a variety of issues starting from sensible EIP functions, estimating bills and advantages of EIPs, diversifications in EIP technical structure, the position of clever brokers, the character of information administration, portal product/solution segmentation, portal product case stories, to the way forward for the EIP house.
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To Sqribe in 1999, an EIP was a decision processing EIP, excluding its collaborative component. Types of definition and synthesis The early positions on defining business-specific portals just reviewed can be categorized into a few types. First, there are definitions of decision processing portals without significant emphasis on workflow, task integration, or collaborative processing. Eckerson’s business portal, Murray’s, Viador’s, and Sqribe’s enterprise infor- Introduction: Defining the Enterprise Information Portal 9 mation portal, and Information Advantage’s business intelligence portal all fit comfortably within this category.
Edwards application that is providing the backbone of the system. This provides leverage to efforts to integrate various components with the core ERP application, and promotes the further evolution of integrated, feature-rich ERP applications. As ERP has evolved, the addition of new components has led to a dramatic expansion of ERP capabilities into such fields as forecasting, business performance modeling and measurement, risk management, and customer relationship management (CRM). There has also been an increasing demand from ERP customers for decision support applications to supplement the traditional area of ERP expertise in OLTP processing.
According to Information Advantage (1999, p. 2), now Computer Associates, business intelligence portals should provide comprehensive intelligence for decision makers, allow an unprecedented level of accessibility, adapt to a changing and larger user population, deliver the right solution for your needs, and have a long record of success. Neglecting the last two requirements that are clearly nondefinitional in character, there is again the same emphasis on business intelligence, broad accessibility, and adaptability seen in some of the other definitions.