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The Flaws of the Classic Data Warehouse Architecture, Part 3 Summary
Rick van der Lans describes the relationship between the data delivery platform and ETL tools, EII tools, the virtual data warehouse and service-oriented architectures.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Enterprise Information Integration (EII), Architecture, ETL, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
12-05-2009
Mastering Data Management in Health and Life Sciences Summary
Greg Nelson outlines the benefits of a good master data management strategy, talks about the challenges that organizations have to overcome and concludes with a brief discussion on the ROI that is achievable if successful.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Master Data Management (MDM), Analytics

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments
12-05-2009
Rethinking Definition Summary
Malcolm Chisholm explains that acknowledging definitions have to be captured rather than gathered, and that they can be continuously improved, will make them more valuable to the enterprise over time.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Master Data Management (MDM), Analytics

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
06-05-2009
What it Takes to be a Real CVM Player Summary
Korhan Yunak describes four strategies to help establish a culture devoted to customer value management.

Topics: Analytics, CRM

by Korhan Yunak | 0 comments
06-05-2009
Closed-Loop Business Intelligence: Reality or Simply Another Buzzword? Summary
Colin White explores closed-loop business intelligence and explains that effective decision making requires more than simply giving business users more information.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence

by Colin White | 0 comments
22-04-2009
Changing the Rules of the Game Summary
BeyeNETWORK welcomes new channel expert Korhan Yunak. His first article introduces the concept of customer value management.

Topics: Business Intelligence, CRM

by Korhan Yunak | 1 comment
06-04-2009
The Flaws of the Classic Data Warehouse Architecture, Part 2 Summary
Part 1 of this series described and summarized the flaws of the classic data warehouse architecture with respect to demands and requirements. In this article, Rick van der Lans introduces a new architecture called the data delivery platform.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Architecture

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
01-04-2009
The Data Categorization Imperative Summary
Data categorization seems to be a path that data management professionals will be increasingly following in the coming years. Besides the utility of the approach, the fusion – at last – of conceptual and logical perspectives is especially satisfying.

Topics: Information Management

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
01-04-2009
One of Your Clinics is Not Like the Others Summary
Scott Wanless looks at the factors that determine clinic excellence, describes the tools that differentiate “beacon” clinics, and explains the role of business intelligence in replicating the successes of these clinics.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
31-03-2009
Can Enterprise Data Warehousing and Master Data Management Projects Survive the Recession? Summary
The economic downturn is likely to have an impact on IT budgets, but there are directions IT can still take to benefit the business. Colin White explains how a focus on pragmatic development and data governance can benefit future enterprise projects.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Colin White | 0 comments
18-03-2009
The Flaws of the Classic Data Warehouse Architecture, Part 1 Summary
Despite the fact that the classic data warehouse architecture has served us well the last twenty years, Rick van der Lans explains why it may be time for a new architecture.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Architecture

by Rick van der Lans | 0 comments
04-03-2009
Normalization is Impractical for Master Data Summary
Master data tables seem to be particularly sensitive to the limits of normalization, and Malcolm Chisholm believes that a reflexive attachment to normalization can be counterproductive.

Topics: Information Management, Data Warehousing, Databases/Database Administration, Master Data Management (MDM), Information Quality (IQ)

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
04-03-2009
Analyzing and Governing Web Content Summary
Web-based content is a powerful source of information for business intelligence analytical processing, but organizations need to carefully select the types of content and technologies used, and need to have a pragmatic approach to governing this content.

Topics: Information Management, Data Warehousing, Databases/Database Administration, Master Data Management (MDM), Information Quality (IQ)

by Colin White | 0 comments
18-02-2009
A Brief Review of Indicator and Flag Columns, Part 2 Summary
This final installment in a two-part series on indicators explains how they can represent metadata, or derived information. Understanding the nature of indicators and the different classes that compose them can be very helpful in overall data management in physical databases.

Topics: Information Management, Databases/Database Administration

by Malcolm Chisholm | 0 comments
04-02-2009
Taxonomies and Search: Master Categories? Summary
Does “search” change everything? Well, maybe some things...like business intelligence.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Master Data Management (MDM), Analytics
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by David Loshin | 0 comments
29-01-2009

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