WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY -- JANUARY 23, 1997
DATA WAREHOUSING: A PARADIGM SHIFT
Data warehousing supporters remain bullish on its prospects despite plummeting stock prices.
Worldwide spending could grow 20 percent annually through 1999.
RACE FOR ITOP DOLLARS START OUT SLOWLY
Companies look for task orders to increase as the $1.1 billion contract Matures.
A report outlining threats to people's financial privacy has data collection companies on the defensive.
SPOTLIGHT ON PROCUREMENT Federal spending on financial management systems will grow at a relatively healthy rate then level off around 2000. WALL STREET REVIEW
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