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Corporate Data: A Brief History Summary
Bill Inmon considers the role corporate data plays in making appropriate and timely decisions.

Topics: Data Warehousing

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments
Social Media, Content, Structure and Wagging the Long Tail Summary
David Loshin questions whether or not social media data has anything to contribute to business analytics.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics, Social Media
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by David Loshin | 1 comment
Come and Get It! Making Business Intelligence More Consumable, Part 4 Summary
Claudia Imhoff and Colin White conclude their 4-part series with this article that discusses a maturity model for evolving your current business intelligence environment to one that promotes and sustains information workers.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Collaboration
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by Claudia Imhoff, Colin White | 1 comment
Business Relevance Summary
The recession, says Bill Inmon, may be the impetus technicians need to become relevant to their business.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Analytics

by Bill Inmon | 1 comment
A Definition of the Data Delivery Platform Summary
Rick van der Lans proposes an initial definition for the business intelligence architecture called the data delivery platform, explains its functionality and compares it to the corporate information factory and the data warehouse bus architecture.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Data Marts, OLAP, Architecture
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by Rick van der Lans | 2 comments
Enhancing Your Enterprise Reporting Arsenal with Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) Summary
Formerly available only to sophisticated developers, explain Matt Caton and Steve Dine, MDX allows developers to satisfy a wider range of report requirements and utilize multidimensional sources for more than just ad hoc analysis.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Data Modeling and Design, Analytics

by Matt Caton, Steve Dine | 0 comments
Business Intelligence Repositioning Information in the Organizational Psyche Summary
Nancy Williams emphasizes that achieving true business intelligence (BI) requires a significant organizational paradigm shift, and she explains how organizations that are BI leaders differ from other organizations.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Analytics
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by Nancy Williams | 1 comment
The Importance of Being Accurate Budgeting, Planning and Forecasting: A Critical Business Process Summary
Whether an organization is looking to create a performance management framework or if one already exists, Chris Colvin identifies changes that will improve the efficiency of the performance management team and enable organizations to react more quickly as business climates change.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence, Financial Performance Management

by Chris Colvin | 0 comments
Improve Top Line Revenue with the Right Customer Risk Analysis: Rethinking Customer Profiling after the Recession Summary
Christina Rouse and Janet Kuster explain that it is possible for companies to profit despite the recent recession. They provide guidelines to follow as you evaluate your options.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, CRM, Data Warehousing

by Christina Rouse, Ph.D., Janet Kuster, MBA, PMP | 0 comments
DAMA Summary
Bill Inmon shares his concerns about the future of data administration.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Information Management, Databases/Database Administration, Data Management
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by Bill Inmon | 6 comments
Business Intelligence: The Trinity of User Adoption Summary
The most consistent way to find a solid ROI for your business intelligence program is to have a solid base of users using the tool for everyday business decisions. Laura Madsen explains the importance ease of use, training and trust as components of your user adoption strategy.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Laura Madsen | 0 comments
The Promise of Free Business Intelligence Summary
Free business intelligence solutions may provide organizations with an easy entry point to business intelligence analytics and more data visibility, while giving vendors the advantage of a potential increase in market share.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Open Source BI

by Lyndsay Wise | 3 comments
Business Performance Management in 2010, Part 2 Summary
Craig Schiff outlines the top 4 challenges that companies face when looking to implement business performance management.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence, Analytics
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by Craig Schiff | 3 comments
What the Healthcare Reform Effort Needs is Better Business Intelligence Summary
Decision making in health reform, as in so many other areas, will depend on how we can inform ourselves and our lawmakers about the facts. Dr. Barquin emphatically states that business intelligence tools and techniques need to be applied to this critical area.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Dr. Ramon Barquin | 0 comments
A Tale of Two People Summary
Bill Inmon notes that one of the lessons to be learned from the recession is that people aligned with the business, as opposed to a technology, are more likely to be considered essential when a company is forced to make difficult layoff decisions.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence

by Bill Inmon | 0 comments

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