Changing the Definition of Data Warehouse


John Evans

For years the term data warehouse has often been synonymous with “inflexible,” and “prone to break when changes needed to be made” – but today organizations are leveraging data warehouses as the mechanism to ensure the right information is available for decision making at the right time. Forget traditional hand-coded models, today’s approach requires a more flexible structure that is able to adapt to change as it occurs.

This week our CEO Bill Hewitt shares his thoughts on the value of an agile data warehouse as a guest blogger on DataInformed.com.  Let us know if you agree or disagree that hand-coded data warehouses are a thing of the past in the comment section below.

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