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motor vehicle and parts dealers  database shared with Ford Motor tracks safety issues, and multiple departmental Access databases support business. Business analysts, auditors, information technology (IT) analysts, and programmers at Mazda need to generate large numbers of ad hoc queries and reports to support the analysis and planning of business initiates and dealer objectives. The information they need, however, may be distributed and duplicated across many databases, with no standard vocabularies for business elements in tables and

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