Call for Entries: BI and Data Warehouse Best Practices Awards

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Have you completed a data warehouse or business intelligence implementation that other organizations could learn from? Would you like some recognition for your accomplishment? Are you a vendor with successful customers who deserve recognition?

If the answer is "yes" to any of these questions, then you should consider submitting an application for a TDWI Best Practices Award. Once a year, TDWI collects award applications, judges them, and gives awards in a dozen or so categories in data warehousing, business intelligence, and data management. It's that time of year again, so get your award application together and submit it before the deadline of April 2, 2007.

The Purpose of the Awards
TDWI's Best Practices Awards program is designed to identify and honor companies that have demonstrated best practices in developing, deploying, and maintaining applications for business intelligence, data warehousing, and related data management areas (like data quality and master data). Winners are chosen by a panel of independent judges who have expertise in the field. Judges select winners from written applications and, if needed, follow-up interviews. They score entries on business value, maturity, innovation, and relevance to other organizations.

Why Should You Apply?
Award winners receive recognition in many forms:

  • Recognition by TDWI, the BI/DW industry's leading professional association with thousands of Members worldwide.
  • An award to be presented at the kickoff keynote session at a TDWI World Conference.
  • A free pass to the conference where awards are presented.
  • Citation of the winning project in TDWI's What Works magazine, which is distributed to 100,000 BI professionals worldwide, and the Business Intelligence Journal, which is distributed to TDWI Members.
  • A page on TDWI's Web site with a summary of the project and a link back to the winning organization's home page (and the sponsor's logo and Web site link, if applicable).
  • Citation in a TDWI press release about the Best Practices Awards.
  • Opportunity to deliver a 75-minute presentation at the August TDWI World Conference or other speaking opportunities at a TDWI World Conference (at TDWI's discretion).
  • Company name on signage at the August TDWI World Conference announcing Best Practices Awards winners.

For more information about this year's TDWI Best Practices Awardsùincluding updates and the 12 award categoriesùvisit TDWI's Web site at: http://www.tdwi.org/research/display.aspx?id=8010

If you have any questions about the TDWI Best Practices Awards program, please contact Brenda Woodbridge at 425.277.9132 or via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Have you completed a data warehouse or business intelligence implementation that other organizations could learn from? Would you like some recognition for your accomplishment? Are you a vendor with successful customers who deserve recognition?

If the answer is "yes" to any of these questions, then you should consider submitting an application for a TDWI Best Practices Award. Once a year, TDWI collects award applications, judges them, and gives awards in a dozen or so categories in data warehousing, business intelligence, and data management. It's that time of year again, so get your award application together and submit it before the deadline of April 2, 2007.

The Purpose of the Awards
TDWI's Best Practices Awards program is designed to identify and honor companies that have demonstrated best practices in developing, deploying, and maintaining applications for business intelligence, data warehousing, and related data management areas (like data quality and master data). Winners are chosen by a panel of independent judges who have expertise in the field. Judges select winners from written applications and, if needed, follow-up interviews. They score entries on business value, maturity, innovation, and relevance to other organizations.

Why Should You Apply?
Award winners receive recognition in many forms:

  • Recognition by TDWI, the BI/DW industry's leading professional association with thousands of Members worldwide.
  • An award to be presented at the kickoff keynote session at a TDWI World Conference.
  • A free pass to the conference where awards are presented.
  • Citation of the winning project in TDWI's What Works magazine, which is distributed to 100,000 BI professionals worldwide, and the Business Intelligence Journal, which is distributed to TDWI Members.
  • A page on TDWI's Web site with a summary of the project and a link back to the winning organization's home page (and the sponsor's logo and Web site link, if applicable).
  • Citation in a TDWI press release about the Best Practices Awards.
  • Opportunity to deliver a 75-minute presentation at the August TDWI World Conference or other speaking opportunities at a TDWI World Conference (at TDWI's discretion).
  • Company name on signage at the August TDWI World Conference announcing Best Practices Awards winners.

For more information about this year's TDWI Best Practices Awardsùincluding updates and the 12 award categoriesùvisit TDWI's Web site at: http://www.tdwi.org/research/display.aspx?id=8010

If you have any questions about the TDWI Best Practices Awards program, please contact Brenda Woodbridge at 425.277.9132 or via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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