Deadline Approaching for Computerworld’s “Best Practices in Business Intelligence” Awards Program

FRAMINGHAM, MA — AUGUST 7, 2007 — Computerworld's Business Intelligence Perspectives Conference is seeking IT user-organization case study submissions for its "Best Practices in Business Intelligence" Awards Program. The annual awards program identifies and acknowledges excellence among users of business intelligence technology.

Nominations considered are exclusively IT end-user organizations. Nominations of IT end-user organizations are accepted from IT users themselves, their public relations representatives, or vendors on behalf of their customers. Multiple submissions of case studies describing different deployments per organization will be considered.

Entries must be submitted online by 9 p.m. ET August 10, 2007.

For more information or to submit a nomination, please visit: .

Five Finalists in each category will be recognized at Computerworld's Business Intelligence Perspectives Conference, held Sept. 24 – 26, 2007, at the Green Valley Ranch Resort in Las Vegas. Award recipients will be recognized on the event website ( ), in an event press release, and may be featured in a special Computerworld supplement.

Honorees and Finalists will be recognized in each of the following five categories:

— Creating an Agile BI Infrastructure

— Driving Process Management with BI

— Expediting Information Delivery, Retrieval, Reporting and Analysis

— Innovation and Promise in Business Intelligence

— Integrating the BI Portfolio with Constantly Changing Tools

End-user Finalists will receive complimentary Business Intelligence Perspectives Conference registrations.

Please contact Duncan Newell at (508) 271-8029 with questions about Computerworld's "Best Practices in Business Intelligence" Awards Program.

Additional information about Computerworld's Business Intelligence Perspectives Conference can be found at .

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