Home
 > search for

Featured Documents related to »  bi definition of data warehousing

Business Intelligence (BI)
Business intelligence (BI) and performance management applications enable real-time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. These applications pro...
Start evaluating software now
Country:

 
   

 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
 
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » bi definition of data warehousing


A Definition of Data Warehousing
There is a great deal of confusion over the meaning of data warehousing. Simply defined, a data warehouse is a place for data, whereas data warehousing

bi definition of data warehousing  and ROLAP), and more. BI can be broken down into four broad fields: Multi-dimensional Analysis Tools: Tools that allow the user to look at the data from a number of different angles . These tools often use a multi-dimensional database referred to as a cube . Query tools: Tools that allow the user to issue SQL (Structured Query Language) queries against the warehouse and get a result set back. Data Mining Tools: Tools that automatically search for patterns in data. These tools are usually driven by Read More
Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions
For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant

bi definition of data warehousing  source physical data. Best-practice BI solutions start with the definition of the business model first and then proceed with implementing that business model. The work required for this phase is dependent upon deep knowledge of the business and questions being addressed. This is where the unique skills of a business analyst or BI developer are leveraged. Generally speaking, this business definition is independent of whatever tool is used to implement it. Source Data Transformation/Cleansing Data rarely Read More
Access to Critical Business Intelligence: Challenging Data Warehouses?
There is a perception that if business users are given access to enterprise databases and raw query tools, they will create havoc in the system, which is a

bi definition of data warehousing  deep ingrained belief that BI cannot be conducted without a data warehouse (DW). Indeed, when companies are dealing with a deluge of data, it helps to have a DW, since it offers large corporations the ability to leverage information assets to support enterprise reporting and analysis. DWs also provide a technical solution to the problem of multiple systems, separate data stores, and rapidly expanding historical data, since information is extracted from various transaction-based systems, such as Read More
A Road Map to Data Migration Success
Many significant business initiatives and large IT projects depend upon a successful data migration. But when migrated data is transformed for new uses, project

bi definition of data warehousing  4.0 Data Migration | BI Solutions and Data Migration Tools | CRM 4.0 Data Migration Manager | Data Migration Analysis | Data Migration Issues | Data Migration Cost | Data Migration Document | Data Migration System | Data Migration Methodology | Data Migration Project Plan | Data Migration Specialist | Data Migration Best Practices | Data Migration Strategies | Data Migration Utility | Free Data Migration | Practical Data Migration | Data Migration Download | Data Migration Guide | ETL | Strategies | Read More
Data, Data Everywhere: A Special Report on Managing Information
The quantity of information in the world is soaring. Merely keeping up with, and storing new information is difficult enough. Analyzing it, to spot patterns and

bi definition of data warehousing  Managing Information Systems | BI Data Warehousing | Data Management Service | Data Management Definition | MDM Data Management | Data Storage Manager | Data Management Outsourcing | Data Management Strategies | Business Intelligence Data Integration | Data Integration | ITIL Data Management | Big Database | Data Migration | Using MDM | Data Reduction | Data Maintenance Costs | SAP Data Management | SAP Netweaver Master Data Management | SAP Netweaver MDM | SAP MDM Quick Starters | SAP Netweaver White Read More
Considerations for Owning versus Outsourcing Data Center Physical Infrastructure
When faced with the decision of upgrading an existing data center, building new, or leasing space in a retail colocation data center, there are both

bi definition of data warehousing  DCIM, data center, data center infrastructure management, DCIM management, DCIM software, DCIM software tools, IT, IT infrastructure, APC by Schneider Electric, facility operations and maintenance, data center life cycle, data center facility operations, data center PUE, PUE, data center physical infrastructure, data center infrastructure outsourcing Read More
The Role of Sales Training Requirements Definition and Requests for Proposals in the Success of Technology Companies
The first step in choosing an effectiveness service provider (ESP) that best meets your company''s needs is to develop a requirements definition. When used as a

bi definition of data warehousing  business model, pricing, customization capability, and a myriad of other factors that affect whether or not this particular vendor is a fit for your organization. ESP Program Evaluation : This is the actual evaluation of the training program(s). What is the underlying sales methodology? Is the methodology suitable to your markets, products, and services? Is the complexity of the solution compatible with your sales team? Does the complexity of the methodology match the products or services being sold? Read More
Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center
New power and cooling technology allows for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones within an existing or new low-density data center

bi definition of data warehousing  often uncertain about the capability of their existing data center and whether a new data center must be built to support higher rack densities. Fortunately, a simple solution exists that allows for the rapid deployment of high-density racks within a traditional low-density data center. A high-density zone, as illustrated in Figure 1, allows data center managers to support a mixed-density data center environment for a fraction of the cost of building an entire new data center. In this paper a Read More
The Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements

bi definition of data warehousing  talent management,Oracle HCM,talent management process,human capital management,talent management trends Read More
Scalable Data Quality: A Seven-step Plan for Any Size Organization
Every record that fails to meet standards of quality can lead to lost revenue or unnecessary costs. A well-executed data quality initiative isn’t difficult, but

bi definition of data warehousing  immediate needs and provides flexibility to meet changing business requirements. The Scope of the Problem &nbsp Undeliverable as Addressed Mail According to a recent study undertaken by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the United States Postal Service® (USPS) , on average, approximately 23.6% of all mail is incorrectly addressed and requires correction of some kind. An additional 2.7% is completely undeliverable. The USPS currently charges a minimum of $0.21 per mail piece for its address correction service. Read More
The Value of Big Data
As the use of big data grows, the need for data management will also grow. Many organizations already struggle to manage existing data. Big data adds complexity

bi definition of data warehousing  Value of Big Data As the use of big data grows, the need for data management will also grow. Many organizations already struggle to manage existing data. Big data adds complexity, which will only increase the challenge. This white paper looks at what big data is, the value of big data, and new data management capabilities and processes, required to capture the promised long-term value. Read More
Oracle Database 11g for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Oracle Database 11g is a database platform for data warehousing and business intelligence (BI) that includes integrated analytics, and embedded integration and

bi definition of data warehousing  and learn how Oracle-based BI and data warehouse systems can integrate information, perform fast queries, scale to very large data volumes, and analyze any data. Read More
The Path to Healthy Data Governance
Many companies are finally treating their data with all the necessary data quality processes, but they also need to align their data with a more complex

bi definition of data warehousing  features available with certain BI applications, will force pre-existing and new data governance initiatives to adapt to new ways of handling and securing data that moves in different ways, whether inside or outside an organization’s firewalls. Any data governance initiative should be treated as a work in progress, requiring the evolving support of human and technological resources Read More
Data Warehousing in the Big Data Era: Are You BIReady?
Netherlands-based BIReady automates the process of designing, deploying, and maintaining a data warehousing solution, allowing the optimization of all necessary

bi definition of data warehousing  optimization of all necessary BI and analytics tasks. Read this TEC product note from TEC senior BI and data management analyst Jorge Garcia to learn more about how BIReady is meeting its goal of helping companies become BI ready. Read More
Software-as-a-service ERP versus On-premise ERP through the Lens of Total Cost of Ownership
This IDC white paper looks at the growing applicability of software as a service (SaaS) for enterprise-level business applications, and analyzes the adoption

bi definition of data warehousing  looks at the growing applicability of software as a service (SaaS) for enterprise-level business applications, and analyzes the adoption rate and total cost of ownership (TCO) of this technological approach. Download this white paper to find out how a hosted option can drive significant cost savings, reduce initial implementation times, and bring new functionality with relative ease and convenience. Read More

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others