A Manager's Guide to Customer-Centric Business Intelligence.
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Learn how to quickly and easily access the wealth of information in your information systems. With data mining, companies can analyze customers' past behaviors in order to make strategic decisions for the future. This book is a practical guide to mining business data to help marketers and business managers focus their marketing and sales strategies. It explains how each mining technique works and what kinds of business problems each one can solve.
This data model represents a simple approach to creating a project management database. It was designed in a very popular open source database, but it can be incorporated into any database.
See Entity Relationship Modelling
The engineering and construction industry is transforming from a document-driven to a digitally driven sector. Besides the physical assets delivered, managing project data and information is essential to providing better quality deliverables, cutting costs and controlling risks.
Poor data quality impacts every facet of today's private enterprises and public organizations. The deplorable condition of this critical resource in organizations around the world lowers productivity, impedes the creation of decision support systems (such as data warehousing), and hinders the development of e-commerce and other strategic initiatives. The future success of organizations will greatly depend on how well they design and maintain their data resources.
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Concerns about security are everywhere, and an evil virus attack undoubtedly lurks in the future. But what about attacks from within? Be sure to take key precautions and take nothing for granted.
Map the transformation of the data elements from source system tables to data warehouse target tables.
The adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” is one that can aptly be put to the test when attempting to convey technical complexities and nuances. Communicating these issues through visual means can increase the perception and appreciation of the challenges and rewards that a project can bring.
This excellent Microsoft Project plan will help you implement a complete life cycle project to design and build a data warehouse.