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How Do Data Warehouse Appliances Fit In?

Companies now have many options when it comes to the design and implementation of a data management strategy to support business intelligence initiatives. AberdeenGroup's hypothesis is that the predominant pressure driving companies to adopt new data management strategies for BI applications is the need to reduce time-to-information for end-users... What's your opinion?

Companies now have many options when it comes to the design and implementation of a data management strategy to support business intelligence initiatives. AberdeenGroup's hypothesis is that the predominant pressure driving companies to adopt new data management strategies for BI applications is the need to reduce time-to-information for end-users, but it's surveying end users to develop definitive answers…Participants in "Data Management for BI: The Role of Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Appliances" will receive a free copy of the report, which is scheduled to publish April 1, 2008. The report is expected to offer aggregated insight on:

• Understanding end-user requirements for BI • Identifying data sources for BI applications • Establishing a data access performance measurement methodology to manage growth • Defining the business rules and calculations required for reports and analysis views • Engaging in POC or pilot projects with software vendors • Undertaking a formal RFP or RFI process with BI vendors • Developing training assets for deploying BI to end-users

Click here to take the survey and get in the queue for the upcoming report.Companies now have many options when it comes to the design and implementation of a data management strategy to support business intelligence initiatives. AberdeenGroup's hypothesis is that the predominant pressure driving companies to adopt new data management strategies for BI applications is the need to reduce time-to-information for end-users... What's your opinion?

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