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suatu contoh kolaborasi yang baik – BIN

Kalau kita lihat di berbagai belahan dunia termasuk di Indonesia, konon terjadi persaingan di antara perguruan tinggi untuk mencapai taraf lebih baik, lebih populer dan lebih xxx. Namun pada hal tertentu, kerjasama merupakan sesuatu yang juga tidak kalah baiknya untuk mencapai hal yang lebih baik dan lebih bermanfaat bagi masyarakat luas. Salah satu contoh di lakukan oleh perguruan tinggi di Canada dalam riset BIN. Dan bukan berarti perguruan tinggi di Indonesia dan industrinya tidak mampu melakukan kerjasama yang baik untuk mendapatkan manfaat bersama dan luas. Awalnya — mungkin — dengan niat dan inisiatif mengajak kolaborasi. Wallahu ‘alam, God knows well, wasalam

Canadian Research Network Led by University of Toronto Computer Scientist Gets $5 Million Boost to Improve Business Intelligence
University of Toronto (09/24/09) Dolman, Leslie; Bettam, Sean

University of Toronto researchers have received a $5 million grant from the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada to lead the creation of the Business Intelligence Network (BIN), which is designed to improve information management systems for business applications.  “Business intelligence means using information to make informed decisions,” says Toronto professor Renee Miller, BIN’s primary investigator.  “Our goal is to provide new solutions for business, scientific, and government organizations to enable them to solve modern problems and make decisions using integrated, trustworthy, and up-to-date data.”  BIN will create a system for enhancing collaboration between leading Canadian knowledge and information management researchers and Canadian business intelligence companies.  “Through BIN, we will bring together organizations that are in the business of using, creating, and delivering business intelligence solutions, who need to strengthen their innovation pipeline,” Miller says.  “Our network will provide a venue for engaging business and government organizations to articulate the real problems that limit their efficiency and burden them with costs.”  In addition to the University of Toronto, researchers from the universities of Alberta, British Columbia, Ottawa, Waterloo, Carleton, and Dalhouise will be involved in the project, as well as researchers from IBM, SAP, Palomino, IC-Agency, and Zerofootprint.
http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/main/release_funding-for-bin

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