|Congratulations to all Winners and Finalists!
Computerworld announced the winners and finalists for its third annual Enterprise Intelligence Awards program, sponsored by Teradata. The Enterprise Intelligence Awards Program is focused on best practices in the use of information technology solutions built on Teradata platforms. Two finalists with one winner in each of the five categories were recognized yesterday at the Enterprise Intelligence Awards Program ceremony at the 2010 Teradata PARTNERS User Group Conference and Expo in San Diego, CA.
The Winners and Finalists in each category are:
Winner: Maybank Berhad
For the significant business and technical results of its Analytical Customer Relationship Management (aCRM) project. With an ROI of 180%, the system shortened lead generation time from weeks to one day.
Finalist: Shop Direct Group submitted with Speed-Trap
Finalist: The Bank of East Asia, Limited
Excellence in BI and Analytics
Winner: Cabela’s Inc. submitted with Informatica Corporation
For a multi-channel data warehouse initiative and creation of an analytical information framework that has improved advertising effectiveness, inventory and margin strategies.
Finalist: Station Casinos submitted with IBM Corporation
Finalist: VIVO, S/A
Government and Non-Profit
Winner: Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and United States Transportation Command
For excellence in strategic reuse of existing architecture across government agencies to create a scalable system that enables faster development of data applications.
Finalist: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Finalist: Land Transport Authority of Singapore submitted with Wipro Technologies
For the speed and difficulty of building, in less than one year, a data warehouse with advanced analytics that collects
and processes billions of registration records/day.
Finalist: Banco Bradesco
Finalist: Discover Financial Services
Integrated View of Business
Winner: GE Healthcare
For the scope, process and results involved in the successful integration of data from different systems at more than 400 legal entities around the world, into an enterprise performance management system.
Finalist: American Airlines
Finalist: Siam Commercial Bank PCL