The portal craze is dead and gone. Branding and public presence sites are beyond passe regardless of how dynamic they are. What can you do with a small investment that will impress the boss and yield an impressive ROI? Build a hub!
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There might be something to that Big Brother idea. Keeping an eye on customer use of your website with ClickStream Data can build stronger relationships with clients.
Don't be shy about getting information out to clients--get pushy.
Cleanliness is next to godliness (whatever that means). Keep your data warehouse squeaky clean to avoid the hazards of dirty data.
Let's start at the beginningdefining process vs. project is a good start to getting to know your distributed application.
Break down a process, and you'll find a series of components. How these pieces link together is what makes a process worthwhile.
In today's world, most consumers have begun to use the Internet to purchase items of some sort or at least to look up information on the Web. And let's face it, people are selfish. Many times, customers will activate a search engine such as Yahoo or Lycos and look for a particular site that interests them. Other times, individuals will go directly to a site that they are familiar with. In both cases, a customer's interaction with the Internet is based on personal likes, dislikes and interests.
By building data warehouses and data marts that integrate customer contact information with product history and customer service information, organizations can truly begin to build a complete picture of their customers and really start to understand their needs and tailor specific messages for each customer.
In the rapidly-growing world of distributed computing, he who hesitates is lost--don't miss the boat.
When people think of methodology, they usually imagine the theorists of IT pontificating on the virtues of an application development strategy. Methodology, in truth, is very important to the success of a data warehousing project. Without methodology, a team can walk blindly into a dark room and come out with the stab wounds of a failed effort.