Organizations have long labored under an outstanding backlog of data integration, business intelligence and customized reporting jobs. Over the years a variety of technologies have arisen to address these or similar problems - most recently, so-called enterprise mashups.
Enterprise mashups have arisen in recent years as a tool said to let end-users — with some help from developers - build their own data integrations. Services are central to most of these offerings — often too are Ajax front-ends. Still, the enterprise mashup space is notable for diversity. Data staging, publish-and-subscribe messaging, XML data mining and other traits may be included at different times.
Mashups present data from a number of internal and/or external disparate data sources in one unified dashboard. Among a host of enterprise mashup and related software specialists are Active Endpoints, Actuate, Composite Software, Cordys, Denodo Technologies, IBM, JackBe, Kapow Technologies and others.
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