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A Definition of Data Warehousing
There is a great deal of confusion over the meaning of data warehousing. Simply defined, a data warehouse is a place for data, whereas data warehousing describes the process of defining, populating, and using a data warehouse. Creating, populating, and querying a data warehouse typically carries an extremely high price tag, but the return on investment can be substantial. Over 95% of the Fortune 1000 have a data warehouse initiative underway in some form.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: A Definition of Data Warehousing A Definition of Data Warehousing M. Reed - August 18, 2002 Read Comments Biographical Information Bill Inmon Bill Inmon is universally recognized as the father of the data warehouse. He has over 26 years of database technology management experience and data warehouse design expertise, and has published 36 books and more than 350 articles in major computer journals. His books have been translated into nine languages. He is known globally for his seminars on developing
8/18/2002

IP Telephony: Project Definition Guide
You’ve determined the business rationale for embracing Internet protocol (IP) telephony as a strategy. Now it’s worth investing time in the project definition phase, since this will result in a clear statement of requirements that are in line with your objectives. However, how you define the project will depend on the needs of your business and your plans for convergence.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: IP Telephony: Project Definition Guide IP Telephony: Project Definition Guide Source: Nortel Networks Document Type: White Paper Description: You’ve determined the business rationale for embracing Internet protocol (IP) telephony as a strategy. Now it’s worth investing time in the project definition phase, since this will result in a clear statement of requirements that are in line with your objectives. However, how you define the project will depend on the needs of your business and your plans for
1/22/2007 2:39:00 PM

Employee Onboarding: An HR Technology Seeking a Definition
A commonsense approach to defining an onboarding initiative starts with the company defining its objectives, prioritizing its goals, and carefully evaluating the options. When considering human resources technology specifically designed with the onboarding process in mind, you should focus on the flexibility of the onboarding solution options. Learn more about managing employee onboarding with an automated solution.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: Employee Onboarding: An HR Technology Seeking a Definition Employee Onboarding: An HR Technology Seeking a Definition Source: Emerald Software Group Document Type: White Paper Description: A commonsense approach to defining an onboarding initiative starts with the company defining its objectives, prioritizing its goals, and carefully evaluating the options. When considering human resources technology specifically designed with the onboarding process in mind, you should focus on the flexibility of the
6/29/2009 12:11:00 PM

Requirements Definition For Package Implementations
How do you go about defining the requirements of large package systems, particularly those with the all-encompassing scope of ERP, EAM, and CRM software, and still satisfy the needs to the project team, the user community, and executive management? It’s a balancing act rivaling the circus performer trying to keep all of the plates spinning at once. While it is difficult to say one aspect of a project plan is more important than another, accurately and completely defining the needs to be fulfilled by the software is critical to the overall success of the implementation and the longevity of software. This article outlines a logical process for defining the requirements and keeping the plates spinning.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: (RFP) with more details, examples, and specificity. If you appear to be starting from scratch and are handed a blank sheet of paper, be afraid, be very afraid. As typified with today s ERP software, applications have soft controls, switches, and settings to determine how they function. Additionally, there are fields with variable meanings and purposes. Determining the settings and field values are the deliverables from the requirements definition task. This task consists of the As Is, To Be, and Gap
1/28/2003

A Visionary of Loveliness
Informix released version 2.0 of their interactive data analysis dashboard Visionary. The tool is designed for decision-makers and provides capabilities for viewing and analyzing dynamic data from a variety of sources.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: A Visionary of Loveliness A Visionary of Loveliness D. Geller - April 20, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - April 20th, 2000 Event Summary What is happening right now in your business? Has your Singapore subsidiary committed itself to a production contract that will push their machine utilization so high that you want to look for backup capacity elsewhere in the region? If so, which kinds of machines are most impacted? Are Web-based sales coming from the Northwest outstripping retail sales from the same
4/20/2000

The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its legacy systems if everything could work from one server, and give the executives the information they need in the process. Another opinion in the dilemma - the one-stop shop versus best-of breed concept.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: The Power of One The Power of One Brion Schweers - August 27, 2003 Read Comments Introduction So many articles today discuss the capabilities of integration services and their ability to tie together information from multiple disparate systems. In the marketplace there are stand-alone products, provided by companies like Tibco and Vitria that perform these services, and it seems that all of the major ERP vendors now have an integration story of their own. The focus on integration stems from the fact that
8/27/2003

The Many Faces of PLMPart One: Event Summary
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solutions, like many of the application suites that have come before it, are a collection of different offerings that serve a common theme and contribute to overlapping value propositions. Like previous application suites, there is strategic value in approaching PLM as a set of inter-related requirements as opposed to just a collection of function-specific requirements. This is a report on the observations from the 2003 Product Development Manager’s Association (PDMA) Conference.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: The Many Faces of PLM Part One: Event Summary The Many Faces of PLM Part One: Event Summary Jim Brown - December 29, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary The Product Development Managers Association (PDMA) is a professional organization dedicated to furthering the practice of product development. In October of 2003, PDMA held their annual conference with the theme The Business of Product Development People, Process & Technology Across the Life Cycle . The conference was an excellent event for professionals
12/29/2003

The Value of Big Data
As the use of big data grows, the need for data management will also grow. Many organizations already struggle to manage existing data. Big data adds complexity, which will only increase the challenge. This white paper looks at what big data is, the value of big data, and new data management capabilities and processes, required to capture the promised long-term value.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: The Value of Big Data The Value of Big Data Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: As the use of big data grows, the need for data management will also grow. Many organizations already struggle to manage existing data. Big data adds complexity, which will only increase the challenge. This white paper looks at what big data is, the value of big data, and new data management capabilities and processes, required to capture the promised long-term value. The Value of Big Data
8/8/2013 5:27:00 PM

Writing Cost-effective Documentation for Software Systems
As a business employing IT, you may have encountered situations where the software application you purchased didn’t come with a help file. With no time to write complete documentation yourself and no budget to hire a professional technical writer to do it for you, what do you do? By applying the basic principles of cost-effective documentation, your business can develop impressive documentation quickly—for a minimal cost.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: Writing Cost-effective Documentation for Software Systems Writing Cost-effective Documentation for Software Systems Source: Indigo Byte Systems, LLC Document Type: White Paper Description: As a business employing IT, you may have encountered situations where the software application you purchased didn’t come with a help file. With no time to write complete documentation yourself and no budget to hire a professional technical writer to do it for you, what do you do? By applying the basic principles of
6/18/2007 7:31:00 AM

The Necessity of Data Warehousing
An explanation of the origins of data warehousing and why it is a crucial technology that allows businesses to gain competitive advantage. Issues regarding technology selection and access to historical 'legacy' data are also discussed.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: into useful information. Some examples: Data storage peripherals such as DASD (Direct Access Storage Device) were extremely expensive on a per-megabyte basis. Therefore, much of the needed data was stored offline, typically on magnetic tape. Processing power was very expensive as measured in MIPS (Millions of Instructions per Second). Mainframes had to reserve most of their processing power for day-to-day operations, reports could only be run overnight in batch mode (without interaction from the user).
8/2/2000

Anatomy of a Technology Selection
Dell Computer Corporation spent millions preparing to deploy an ERP system before realizing that the solution to one set of issues created a more severe problem. Note based on discussion among Michael Dell, Kevin Rollins, and Morten Topfer of Dell Computer Corporation and Dell’s Platinum Counsel of customers.

EXAMPLES OF FORMAL DEFINITION WRITING: Anatomy of a Technology Selection Anatomy of a Technology Selection J. Dowling - May 31, 2002 Read Comments Business Management Issue At Dell Computer, the cycle-time from arrival of raw materials to receipt of cash payment after delivery of finished goods is measured in weeks and inventory turns are measured in days. Transaction data must be accessible with Zero-Latency at all management and measurement points. At one of its Platinum Council meetings where Dell executives meet with key customer account
5/31/2002


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