Targit and Aalborg University initiate new R&D collaboration  

2007.12.07
Danish business intelligence solution developer Targit and Aalborg University have launched a three year R&D collaboration based on Targit BI Suite
Danish business intelligence (BI) solution developer Targit and the Center for Data-intensive Systems (Daisy) at Aalborg University, have initiated a three year research and development collaboration. Based on the Targit BI Suite solution, the aim of the collaboration is to develop a method that allows companies to gain a quicker and more precise overview of any type of situation, thereby enabling them to become even better at decision-making and responding dynamically in relation to the external world.
 
Torben Bach Pedersen, associate professor at Aalborg University said in a press release from the university that Targit is planning a major pioneering work of making e.g. bad press coverage of a company or criticism on a blog in a remote area of the world, part of the decision-making basis of Targit BI Suite.
 
"Aalborg University has been a leader in database technology research for several years, so we hope very much that we can help with specific knowledge of how Targit can optimise the classic patterns for IT-supported management," commented Bach Pedersen.
 
Morten Middelfart, development director of Targit said: "The faster a manager intervenes with correct and thorough analysis and a subsequent decision, the greater the chances that the company will manage to respond dynamically on a critical impact on the operation. In such a complex and global world we are living in, it requires a form of inbuilt radar in the BI tools, and this is the one we have started to set a new standard for in collaboration with Aalborg University."
 
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