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Last chance to take the ACN-iCreate BI survey

Help define the state of the region's banking sector and be entered into the draw for the chance to win an Apple iPhone

Last chance to take the ACN-iCreate BI survey
Enter the ACN-iCreate business intelligence survey for your chance to win an iPhone

This weekend is your last chance to take part in the ACN-iCreate business intelligence survey before it closes on Monday.

ACN has teamed up with business intelligence for banking specialists iCreate to undertake a comprehensive study of the state of BI in the Middle East's banking sector.

With a major push for smarter banking following the recent worldwide economic crash, business intelligence has become an ever more crucial part of any CIO's armory. That's why ACN will be taking be taking an in-depth look at the state of the market and bringing you the comprehensive report on the state of the industry.

What is driving decision making? Why is BI actually important to the CIO? How are CIOs using BI? What are the key trends? Where is most receptive to using BI? When is the right time to roll out BI?

So if you're a CIO or other C-level executive, IT director or have a stake in the deployment and usage of BI within the Middle East banking sector, and you want your opinion to count, then the ACN-iCreate business intelligence  survey is for you. It will only take five minutes of your time, and to sweeten the deal even further, we're offering one lucky respondent the opportunity to get their hands on an Apple iPhone.

Simply click here to take part.

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