sponsored by IBM
Posted:  05 May 2011
Published:  05 May 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

In this presentation transcript, BI expert Wayne Eckerson will discuss the emerging intersection of data warehousing and analytics, including the business value in optimizing processes and in-database analytics. He will discuss how people are ready to move beyond using their data warehouses for just reporting and monitoring and focus on using analytics to drive core operations. He will discuss the benefits of in-database analytics versus traditional methods and keys to making in-database analytics work.

Talking Points

  • People are ready to take their data warehouses to the next level – from reporting to analytics
  • Data warehouses have historically been used to create standard reports, dashboards and queries,  but  because of technological advances, companies can now benefit from implementing advanced analytics.
  • Lots of business processes can be optimized with advanced analytics
  • Advanced analytics can now be done inside the data warehouse
  • Succeeding with in-database analytics requires a database and information infrastructure that supports it, plus a culture that bridges the gap between DBAs and analysts

Business Process Management | Data Analytics | Data Governance | Data Integration | Data Migration | Data Warehouses | Database Administrators

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