Talking To Your CIO To Get The Data You Need

Coté, Joe
July 2002
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p44
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the role of chief information officer (CIO) in business information management and strategic decision making. The distinctions between the occupations of chief financial officer (CFO)--who is concerned with quantitative analysis--and CIO--whose job it is to maintain the corporate information infrastructure--are mentioned. Approaches to managing strategic information systems include enterprise resource planning, a data warehouse or data marts, an all-relational database, and real-time methods for accessing data. INSET: Data Access: Questions To Ask..


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