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Why don’t the Potential Benefits of Spend Analysis Come Easily?


why etl  Europe during high school.” Why Is Spend Analysis (and BI in General) Hard? Traditionally, a BI or OLAP tool has been modeled, designed, and engineered to address important strategic business decisions. Accordingly, a typical BI implementation project scenario has been as follows: A dedicated expert team builds the front-end BI tools and back-end data warehouse, often using an  OLAP server . In the case of  spend management , spend data has to be acquired from disparate  enterprise resource planning

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