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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
 

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Comparing Business Intelligence and Data Integration Best-of-breed Vendors' Extract Transform and Load Solutions


There are two types of extract transform and load (ETL) vendors. Business intelligence (BI) vendors integrate ETL functionality into their overall BI framework, while best-of-breed data integration vendors, who provide enhanced ETL functionality, have an increased focus on data cleansing and integrity.

extract  Data Integration Best-of-breed Vendors'' Extract Transform and Load Solutions Introduction To understand the relevance of extract transform and load (ETL) components and how they fit into business intelligence (BI), one should first appreciate what data integration is and the significance of having clean, accurate data that enable successful business decisions. Within the BI industry, data integration is essential. By capturing the right information, organizations are able to perform analyses, create repor Read More

Business Intelligence and Database Management Services


Lister's BI team helps organizations to structure their data and extract actionable information from it. The team is comprised of experts who perform end-to-end deployment of BI solutions over the intranet, the extranet, or the World Wide Web. The BI team has over ten years of experience with various database systems such as Oracle, SQL Server, and DB2, to name a few. Backed by several years of reporting experience, the team has built up expertise in industry tools like Business Objects, Oracle Business Intelligence, Crystal Reports, and SQL Server Reporting Services. It has also worked with open-source BI solutions like JasperReports, and aims to fulfill the exacting requirements of any organization that approaches it with a BI project. Lister offers end-to-end BI solutions that can bring a good return on investment (ROI). Among the BI services Lister offers are remote database administration (DBA); data quality services; extract, transform, and load (ETL); database design and management; online analytical processing (OLAP) services; reporting; analysis; and dashboards.  

extract  structure their data and extract actionable information from it. The team is comprised of experts who perform end-to-end deployment of BI solutions over the intranet, the extranet, or the World Wide Web. The BI team has over ten years of experience with various database systems such as Oracle, SQL Server, and DB2, to name a few. Backed by several years of reporting experience, the team has built up expertise in industry tools like Business Objects, Oracle Business Intelligence, Crystal Reports, and SQL Se Read More

Spatialytics Suite


Spatialytics Suite is a full geospation business intelligence (geoBI) solution including a spatial extract, transform, and load (ETL) for data integration, a spatial online analytical processing (OLAP) server handling the data cubes, and a geoBI server to access the data and feed the client-side map component and applications, mainly interactive GeoDashboards and GeoReports, on demand.  

extract  solution including a spatial extract, transform, and load (ETL) for data integration, a spatial online analytical processing (OLAP) server handling the data cubes, and a geoBI server to access the data and feed the client-side map component and applications, mainly interactive GeoDashboards and GeoReports, on demand. Read More

Vertica Analytics Platform


The Vertica Analytics Platform was purpose built from the ground up to enable companies to extract value from their data at the speed and scale they need to thrive in today’s economy. Unlike most other data warehouse vendors that are attempting to retrofit 21st century technology into their decades old infrastructure, Vertica was designed and built since its inception for today’s most demanding analytic workloads. Furthermore, each Vertica component is able to take full-advantage of the others by design.    

extract  to enable companies to extract value from their data at the speed and scale they need to thrive in today’s economy. Unlike most other data warehouse vendors that are attempting to retrofit 21st century technology into their decades old infrastructure, Vertica was designed and built since its inception for today’s most demanding analytic workloads. Furthermore, each Vertica component is able to take full-advantage of the others by design. Read More

Tactics for Tomorrow: An IAG Business Analysis Benchmark Report Extract


Contrary to popular belief, requirements discovery and elicitation are processes—not deliverables. And in fact, companies that focus on both the process and the deliverables of requirements are far more successful than those that focus on documentation quality alone. After all, it’s the quality of the document development process that creates an economic advantage. Find out what you can do for immediate and tangible benefits.

extract  Business Analysis Benchmark Report Extract Contrary to popular belief, requirements discovery and elicitation are processes—not deliverables. And in fact, companies that focus on both the process and the deliverables of requirements are far more successful than those that focus on documentation quality alone. After all, it’s the quality of the document development process that creates an economic advantage. Find out what you can do for immediate and tangible benefits. Read More

The Market Rewards Ardent Software Initiatives


Over the last year, Ardent Software (NASDAQ: ARDT) has announced a number of initiatives to strengthen their DataStage data warehousing product, most recently a partnership with NEON Systems (NASDAQ: NESY), a provider of OS/390-MVS mainframe access through their NEON Shadow Direct middleware. On October 18, Ardent reported record financial results for their third quarter ended September 30, 1999. Pro forma earnings were reported to have increased 64%. Total revenues for the third quarter increased 53% to $45.3 million from $29.7 million in the same quarter of 1998.

extract  of the ability to extract data from enterprise resource planning packages, has made DataStage an attractive choice. User Recommendations Ardent DataStage should be included on any company''s list of candidates for a data extraction tool, especially when source data is located on IBM mainframes. Customers should question whether Ardent is modifying their software to optimize NEON access to DB2, or simply forming a consulting/marketing alliance. Read More

Infor's Big Data Cloud in the Sky


At the recently held Inforum 2013 conference, many ears pricked up at the announcement of Infor Sky Vault, a big data initiative that leverages Infor’s ION middleware, micro-vertical expertise, and visually appealing dashboards developed by Infor ION business intelligence (BI) experts and designed by Hook @ Loop, Infor's recently incubated Manhattan-based in-house design agency. Infor Sky Vault is

extract  Using ION, customers can extract transactions formatted in XML documents and send that normalized data to the cloud repository for further analytics, helping them obtain meaningful insight. To this end, Infor will be using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enable customers to accelerate time to insight from various transactional data streams. Cloud-optimized data repository will be powered by Amazon Redshift , a fast and economically priced petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud, to scale as data Read More

Innovations in Business Intelligence


Business intelligence (BI) is in the midst of a new wave of innovations. Ideas in the search space, software as a service, and real-time analytics are extending the reach of BI across the complete size spectrum of organizations. This article looks at these technologies and their impact on businesses.

extract  based on business needs. Extract, transform, and load (ETL) processes bring data from operational data sources into the data warehouse periodically, the frequency dependent on latency needs. Between extracting data from sources and loading them into targets, data cleansing and data summarization are activities that take place in an ETL process. Online analytical processing (OLAP) provides high-performance access to data in the data warehouse through the creation of cubes , which are data structures that Read More

How to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment


In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM, Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the obstacle toward higher acceptance of PLM. I thought his point made perfect sense, and my instant reaction was to ask myself: How can this problem be resolved? Ideally, a PLM system is a platform for people to work together. This means that

extract  more important to easily extract value from what is being shared. PLM systems have done a relatively decent job on storing product data and information throughout its evolution during the past couple of decades. The next big thing is how to make these data and information more useful. Analytics and search are two promising components that will help. Siemens PLM has been offering reporting and analytics capabilities for a while—the first availability seen in 2006—and its analytics capabilities are not Read More

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The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make better decisions, by providing the right information to the right people at the right time. Moreover, employees increasingly suffer from information overload, and require solutions that make informed decisions a more natural part of the everyday work experience.

extract  Introduction The ability to extract and present information in a meaningful way is vital for a business management application like Microsoft Dynamics GP. Business Intelligence enables companies to make better decisions faster than ever before by providing the right information to the right people at the right time. Employees increasingly find that they suffer from information overload and need solutions that provide the analysis to effectively make decisions. Whether they are working on the strategic, Read More

SAS/Warehouse 2.0 Goes Live


SAS Institute has announced the production availability of SAS/Warehouse Administrator software, Version 2.0. This new version provides IT the ability to proactively publish data warehouse information and track its usage, plus aggressively manage the process of change in the data warehouse.

extract  and designing warehouses and extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) processes, Nauta said. By tracking the usage of information in the warehouse, IT staff can identify and remove data that is not being used. Removing unnecessary data makes the warehouse more efficient and maximizes hardware investments. Market Impact Publish/Subscribe metaphors are becoming much more common in the data warehouse arena. The ability for users to subscribe (request information on a regular basis), and for the Read More

Ask the Experts: Approaches to Data Mining ERP


From one of our readers comes this question: I am a student of IT Management; I have an ERP course and I am supposed to write an article to review new aspects of ERP systems. I’ve decided to explore the reasons for using data mining techniques in ERP systems—and to look at different modules to which these techniques have been applied. I am going to prepare a framework to determine

extract  technologies, enabling users to extract data from their manufacturing environment. What does this mean exactly? Let’s say, for example, that a manufacturer produces cars and that it must procure car parts from multiple suppliers. If these components do not arrive on time, this will negatively affect their production runs, essentially decreasing the company’s bottom line. By mining data in the ERP system, the manufacturer can distinguish which suppliers negate on delivering their components on time Read More

Datawarehouse Vendors Moving Towards Application Suites


During September, two more data warehousing vendors announced product suites that they claim offer broader integration between different data warehousing technologies. BI vendor Cognos announced "Cognos platform", a tool to build complete "BI-ready data infrastructures". Data Movement vendor Ardent Software announced "DataStage XE", which is designed to "simplify integration of multiple data sources and business intelligence tools".

extract  that the tool can extract legacy data. User Recommendations Suites are typically a vendor''s attempt to integrate existing technologies, either their own or acquired ones. We recommend that users ensure that the vendor''s integration effort has been successful and is not simply packaging. Seamless integration of software products takes time. Potential integration issues: Ardent acquired Prism less than one year ago. Prism had already been in the process of attempting to integrate its QDB acquisition. Read More

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