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Top 10 Trends in Business Intelligence, Part 2 What Do They Mean to Manufacturing Companies?

Top 10 Trends in Business Intelligence, Part 2 What Do They Mean to Manufacturing Companies?

by Rick Turoczy on July 25, 2006

For manufacturers, regulatory requirements make enterprise data transparency particularly important. New environmental regulations such as the European Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), Title 49 CFR: Hazardous Materials Regulation, Title 40 CFR: Protection of Environment, and Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) make it particularly important for manufacturers to be able to certify that their products do not contain restricted hazardous substances, which will be difficult to do without achieving some level of enterprise data transparency. Of course, Sarbanes-Oxley is also very high on the list of regulatory requirements that call for heightened enterprise data transparency.

Top 10 Trends in Business Intelligence, Part 2 What Do They Mean to Manufacturing Companies?

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