Data Warehousing Implementation Research Paper by Dezza

Data Warehousing Implementation
An analysis of previous literatures on data warehousing implementation issues and guidelines for managers.
# 45242 | 4,143 words | 37 sources | MLA | 2003 | AU

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Many authors have provided an enormous amount of literature on data warehousing concepts, processes, and characteristics. However, the key to a successful data warehouse is proper implementation. Previous publications have come up with different ideas and methods to implement a data warehouse successfully. Managers don?t have enough time to go through all these readings This paper provides an integration of the various implementation guidelines with practical examples ranging from the FBI to Wal-Mart.

I. Introduction
II. Basic Definitions and Concepts of Data Warehousing
III. Brief History of Data Warehousing
IV. Data Warehousing Characteristics
V. Drivers of Data Warehousing
VI. Data Warehousing Process
VII. Current Issues and Practices of Data Warehousing
VIII. Guidelines in Implementing a Data Warehouse
IX. Conclusions, Limitations, and Future Research Guidelines
X. References

From the Paper:

"Data warehousing is one of the hottest developments of the 1990s. In 1998, the expenditure on data warehousing was $14 600 million (META Group 1996). It is estimated that 95% of the Fortune 1000 either have a data warehouse or are planning to develop one (META Group 1996). A data warehouse may help increase a company's sales by supporting decision-making and understanding consumer behavior. For example, Office Depot sales increased by $117 million after investing on data warehousing (Anthes 2003)."

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