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Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing

February 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: Research and Markets

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8ff458/enterprise_bi_arch) has announced the addition of the “Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing” report to their offering.

“Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing”

Agile data warehousing delivers powerful BI applications in the shortest time frame possible, yet coordinating multiple fast-moving BI teams demands more than simple project management. Organizations need an enterprise business intelligence architecture (EBIA) function to coordinate high-level requirements, designs, and technologies in order to avoid ruinously expensive mistakes and redundancies.

The report Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing Programs by Cutter’s Ralph Hughes helps you create an environment where an enterprise data warehouse will naturally emerge from multiple agile data mart development projects. To do this, you’ll learn how to evolve the commonplace architecture review board into an EBIA function that can align the deliverables of the agile development teams.

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