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Business Modeling: Who Is Your Audience?


The Kalido business model is central to our core technology.  Model-driven automation facilitated by the Kalido Information Engine manages data sourcing, business rules validation, data integration, physical storage and presentation for both master data and warehouse instances.  It is no secret that an effective and robust business model will have direct influence on the success […]

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Modeling to Support Agile Data Warehouses: Hyper Normalization and Hyper Generalization


I was in Las Vegas recently for The Data Warehousing Institute conference helping out with our Magnitude Software booth, and I noticed one of the classes being taught there was “Agile Data Engineering:  New Data Modeling Techniques that Readily Adapt to Constant Change.”  We’ve been modeling for a long time now—is there really something new […]

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Essential Thinking for BI Requirements


In a recent TDWI interview, Jonathan Geiger, executive VP of Intelligent Solutions Inc, discussed how to improve the process of requirements gathering for BI projects. Several things immediately stood out from the interview as his suggestions were quite consistent with the methodology and technology at Kalido. Here are three examples: Listen when the business user […]

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MDM Architectural Styles: Domains Matter


In a previous blog I discussed the four primary MDM architectural styles: consolidated, registry, coexistence, and transactional. In case you missed it, read it here: MDM Architecture Styles – Do you have the right mix? Each has their individual strengths and weaknesses, but no single MDM architectural style is ideal for every application.  Beyond the […]

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Data Warehouse Survey Update


It’s the end of October now which means that the autumn trade show season is drawing to a close. This year we sponsored and exhibited at the TDWI World Conference in San Diego (and in Chicago earlier in the year), and the Teradata PARTNERS Conference in Nashville. Once again we gathered survey responses in our […]

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