data warehousing


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data warehousing

n
(Communications & Information) computing the use of large amounts of data taken from multiple sources to create reports and for data analysis
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Insurers are making slow progress in overcoming the challenges of data warehousing and data mining and moving toward the promise of great rewards.
By adding Internet flexibility to data warehousing, businesses are finding that they are tapping into previously unknown revenue streams.
amp; SINGAPORE -- Greenplum, maker of the world's leading commercial open-source database for Business Intelligence (BI) and data warehousing, announced today that it has established a regional headquarters in Singapore and hired industry veteran Vinay Samuel as its General Manager for Asia Pacific Region.
KB Toys' decision to partner with Netezza for its data warehousing needs was also supported by the appliance leader's impressive best-of-breed partnerships.
Father of Data Warehousing" Recognizes Kalido as First Enterprise Information Management Software to Comply with Future Data Warehousing Requirements
Innovative companies like Wolters Kluwer Health understand that to grow in today's business environment and stay ahead of their customers, they need to look beyond traditional approaches to data warehousing.
By using new developments in GPS and data warehousing to charge customers for actual usage and risk, 'Pay As You Drive' insurance is a great example of how technology can bring unexpected benefits to customers.
More Than 360 Customers, Partners and Prospects Gather as a Community to Usher in the Next Stage of Data Warehousing
It supports the five major phases of any data warehousing or data mart project: Design, Prototype, Deploy, Operate and Enhance.
DAYTON, Ohio -- Teradata, a division of NCR Corporation (NYSE:NCR), announced a major upgrade to its Data Warehouse Maturity Assessment consulting service for executives seeking to maximize the value of data warehousing investments.
We believe this Gartner report reflects exactly what Netezza is seeing in the marketplace -accelerated acceptance of appliances that both speed and simplify data warehousing," said Ellen Rubin, vice president of marketing for Netezza.
The June 2006 report provides an analysis of anticipated marketplace evolution and highlights Netezza as a pioneering company with a disruptive influence on traditional data warehousing tools.
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