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TripleTree

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TripleTree is a leading investment banking firm dedicated to meeting the needs of IT services, software and healthcare companies ans specializing in mergers and acquisitions. It features a strict industry focus and extensive commitment to research.


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AMR Research

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AMR Research is a strategic advisory firm that provides critical analysis and actionable advice to business and technology executives to help them manage resources, assess and mitigate risk, and increase business value.


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ebizQ

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ebizQ is the insiderís guide to next-generation business process management. We offer a growing collection of independent editorial articles on BPM trends, issues, challenges and solutions, all targeted to business and IT BPM professionals.

We cover BPM standards, governance, technology and continuous process improvement, as well as process discovery, modeling, simulation and optimization, among many other areas. We follow case management, decision management, business rules management, operational intelligence, complex event processing and other related topics. We closely track important trends such as the rise of social BPM, mobile BPM and BPM in the cloud. We also explore BPMís use in functional areas, such as supply chain and customer management, and in key verticals, such as financial services, health care, insurance and government.

ebizQ's other BPM-oriented content includes podcasts, webcasts, webinars, white papers, a variety of expert blogs, a lively online forum and much more.


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IDC

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IDC is a leading provider of technology intelligence, industry analysis, market data, and strategic and tactical guidance to builders, providers, and users of information technology. It delivers dependable, high-impact insights and advice on the future of e-business, the Internet, and technology.


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The 451 Group

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This report was originally published as part of the 451 Market Insight Service of The 451 Group. It appears as part of a partnership between ebizQ and the Group. This partnership enables Gold Club members to have periodic access to client-level 451 Group reports selected by the editors of ebizQ for their insight into business integration.

The 451 Group is an analysis firm covering the business of emerging information technologies for a senior executive audience. The firm delivers timely, research-based insight that delves deeply into the dynamics and impact of newly commercialized technologies in all major segments of the enterprise computing marketplace.

The 451 Group is headquartered in New York, with staff in key regional locations, including San Francisco and Silicon Valley, the Boston/Route 128 area and London. For additional information on The 451 Group or to apply for a client trial online, go to the firmís website: www.the451.com


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RFG

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The Robert Frances Group is an advisory service for Global 2000 and mid-market executives concerned with managing the business of information technology (IT). RFG provides clients with easily understandable strategic advice in Internet-time.


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The AlignIT Group

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The AlignIT Group offers full-service market research and analyst capabilities with the mission of helping IT decision makers formulate better purchase decisions faster. It leverages independent, peer-based primary research, unique ROI expertise, and the viewpoints of highly experienced and knowledgeable analysts.


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TechMetrix Research

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TechMetrix Research is a technically-oriented analyst firm focused on e-business application development needs. It has developed a unique evaluation approach to provide accurate information on software. The firm publishes comparison reports and product reviews.


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Gartner

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Gartner is a research and advisory firm that helps more than 10,000 clients leverage technology to achieve business success. Gartner’s businesses consist of Research, Consulting, Measurement, Events and Executive Programs. Founded in 1979, Gartner is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut and has over 3,800 associates, including approximately 1,000 research analysts and consultants, in more than 75 locations worldwide.


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Frost & Sullivan

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Frost & Sullivan, an international growth consultancy, has been supporting clients' expansion for more than four decades. Its market expertise covers a broad spectrum of industries, while its portfolio of advisory competencies includes custom strategic consulting, market intelligence, and management training. Its mission is to forge partnerships with its clients' management teams to deliver market insights and to create value and drive growth through innovative approaches. Frost & Sullivan's network of consultants, industry experts, corporate trainers, and support staff spans the globe with offices in every major country.


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Open Group

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The Open Group is a vendor-neutral and technology-neutral consortium, whose vision of Boundaryless Information Flow will enable access to integrated information within and between enterprises based on open standards and global interoperability. The Open Group works with customers, suppliers, consortia and other standard bodies. Its role is to capture, understand and address current and emerging requirements, establish policies and share best practices; to facilitate interoperability, develop consensus, and evolve and integrate specifications and open source technologies; to offer a comprehensive set of services to enhance the operational efficiency of consortia; and to operate the industryís premier certification service. Further information on The Open Group can be found at http://www.opengroup.org.


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SilverBack Technologies

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SilverBack Technologies brings network management to the masses by delivering software that combats the traditional "risks" associated with deploying IT monitoring and security - time, cost, and complexity. They actively recruit and attentively support channel partners that specialize in the mid-tier market and recognize the unique needs of this growing segment.



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Spanyi International Inc.

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Elemental Links

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Elemental Links is an IT consulting and advisory practice specializing in strategy, architecture, and portfolio planning for business-driven IT.


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Macehiter Ward-Dutton

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Macehiter Ward-Dutton is a specialist IT advisory firm which combines industry research and analysis with tailored consulting services, and is focused exclusively on issues surrounding IT-business alignment.

The company was formed in February 2005 by two top-level analysts formerly of Ovum: Neil Ward-Dutton and Neil Macehiter.


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WiseAnalytics

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WiseAnalytics is a boutique analyst firm that conducts research and provides consulting services to organizations. Founded in October 2007, WiseAnalytics is a privately run organization that focuses on three areas: 1. Consulting and advisory services to organizations looking to implement business intelligence solutions, including data warehousing, dashboards, and analytics 2. Analyst services and marketing support to solution providers within the business intelligence and performance management space 3. Market research to identify industry trends, adoption of technologies and solutions, and fit of vendor products within the market


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Lustratus Research

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Delivering independent and unbiased analysis of global software technology trends for senior IT and business unit management, shedding light on the latest developments and best practices and interpreting them into business value and impact. Illuminatus analysts include some of the top thought leaders in market segments such as service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business integration.


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