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EII

(Enterprise Information Integration) Similar to an EIS (executive information system), an EII aggregates current information from all data sources within an organization.

EII, ETL and EAI
An EII differs from an ETL (extract, transform, load), which migrates information into a different structure and EAI (enterprise application integration, which integrates data from one application to another. See EIS, ETL and EAI.
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Mohammed Saeed Al Raqbani CEO of EII said the industrial and manufacturing sector is fast evolving as a key growth driver of Dubai's economy, with small and medium enterprises accounting for up to 98.
Raqbani joined EII in 2006 bringing a diverse business background to the organisation.
Other corporate governance initiatives at EII include internal and external auditing, risk management, measurement and accountability.
As one of the few technology companies focused on EII technology, MetaMatrix has a proven track record of large-scale deployments for Global 1000 companies, and Governments agencies.
Through the EII system, insurance records are saved instantly in the lender's servicing system, allowing real-time access to the data and eliminating paper documents.
The EII is introducing a new registered logo which can only be used by brands who agree to buy from approved canners.
The PCR products were then digested separately by using restriction enzymes Bst EII and HaeIII.
Company officials said the acquisition gives EII a foothold in the mid- Atlantic region.
Ardent says its DataStage suite is the first phase of its EII strategy but there are two more phases to come.
NEW YORK -- European Investors Incorporated (EII), a leading real estate investment firm and one of the largest independent managers of global real estate securities portfolios worldwide, announced the launch of the EII Global Sustainable Property Fund (the "Fund"), a German domiciled mutual fund that invests globally in REITs and other publicly traded property companies meeting environmental and social sustainability criteria.
The formation of EII aligns with Johnson's vision to be a premier global business school and to continue its tradition of offering a truly unique education for entrepreneurs and managers that involves theory and research-based knowledge and a full spectrum of applied entrepreneurship and innovation programs.
With more than 12 subsidiary and associate companies within its portfolio, EII had a successful 2007.