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Access to Critical Business Intelligence: Challenging Data Warehouses?
There is a perception that if business users are given access to enterprise databases and raw query tools, they will create havoc in the system, which is a

access databases queries  business users are given access to enterprise databases and raw query tools, they will create havoc in the system, which is a possibility—unless the BI product developer understands the potential problem and addresses it as a business-critical factor. Accordingly, Vanguard has developed the expertise and the business rules specific to the native databases to eliminate the potential for damage to the transaction systems, whereby business users do not have direct control over the structured query

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