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The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Summary
When affected by a disaster, whether natural or otherwise, companies with data warehousing and business intelligence capabilities are better equipped to resume normal operations.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
02-09-2006
Ed Yourdon: A Hero of Mine Summary
Ed Yourdon, who made various advances in structured programming and analysis, has always been a hero of mine.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
02-02-2006
The Evolutionary Data Warehouse Summary
The data warehouse is an ongoing effort, constantly changing because of new customers, products, competitors and expenses.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
01-19-2006
The Right Question to Ask About Analytics Summary
With regard to analytics, experience and intuition are beneficial in determining new ways to ask the right question.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
01-16-2006
Understanding Customers Through Segmenting Data Summary
By gathering large amounts of integrated information and segmenting customer data, organizations can better prepare for the future.

Topics: Analytics

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
01-12-2006
Leading the Marketplace with Data Warehousing Summary
There are different approaches that need to be taken in evaluating a vendor-led or a consumer marketplace for data warehousing.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
01-05-2006
Correlative Analysis for the Medical Community Summary
Correlative analysis, which analyzes concurrent events, provides a tremendous amount of insight for medical and healthcare organizations.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis, Unstructured Data

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-22-2005
CRM for Corporation Communications Summary
When corporations talk to each other, numerous variables must be taken into consideration.

Topics: Analytics, CRM

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-15-2005
The Importance of Customer Segmentation Summary
Companies using customer segmentation must classify customers and understand the maturity cycle to effectively analyze them.

Topics: Data Integration, CRM

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-08-2005
Completing the Puzzle: Transaction Processing and Unstructured Data Summary
As a result of transaction processing, organizations have realized the importance of having a 360 degree view of the customer.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Unstructured Data

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
12-01-2005
John Zachman - One of the Best Architects I Know Summary
John Zachman, who created the “Zachman Framework,” has been very influential for today’s computer professionals.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Architecture

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
11-17-2005
Language Integration as a Form of Data Integration Summary
As corporations are realizing the value of integrated data, the importance of language integration is becoming evident.

Topics: Data Integration

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
11-10-2005
Remembering Grace Hopper Summary
Grace Hopper, who introduced the term "nanosecond", paved the way for today's computer programmers.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
11-03-2005
The Importance of Customer Data Integration Summary
To establish a 360 degree view of the customer, you will need to incorporate all your customer communications in your CDI efforts.

Topics: Data Integration, Customer Data Integration

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
10-27-2005
Data Warehousing Adoption for the Medical Industry Summary
Recent technological advances allow the medical industry to use data warehousing for accessing and understanding data.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Unstructured Data

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
10-20-2005

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