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Modeling Efficiencies Using The Kalido Approach


I took my first Kalido training class in October of 1997 and I’ve been involved with Kalido ever since.  Because I’ve used Kalido for so long, it’s often easy for me to forget all of the things people had to do manually prior to Kalido coming around.  I recently saw a book by Oracle ACE […]

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Where’s My Magic Quadrant?


When I got involved with Kalido over 15 years ago, we had big plans to change the world of data warehousing, and we still do.  However, one frustration we’ve had over the years is recognition from the major analyst firms that how we build data warehouses is fundamentally different and merits a “Quadrant” or “Wave” […]

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Kalido and Anchor Modeling (AM)


Someone asked me my opinion of Anchor Modeling, and I had to admit that I hadn’t really looked at it in detail.  I’m not sure why — at first glance, “Almost 6th Normal Form” modified using a practical approach and software automation should be right in wheelhouse of people who work at Kalido! I took a […]

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Data Quality & User Overrides: Shut Up and Take My Money!

Data Quality & User Overrides: Shut Up and Take My Money!


Last Tuesday a data quality vendor put out a blog post “Companies need to be educated on data quality“ that essentially said that companies need to be educated in data management.   While one of the surveys mentioned focused on financial services organizations, I think the same can be said of many industries, and you certainly don’t need […]

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