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Data Warehouse

What is a data warehouse and why is REI building one? A data warehouse can be described as a “database that stores current and historical data of potential interest to decision makers throughout a company. The data originate in many core operational transaction systems, such as systems for sales, customer accounts, and manufacturing, and may include data from Web site transactions.1” REI is building a data warehouse to improve the company and to meet the needs of the customers. REI’s data warehouse...

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Data Warehousing and/or Business Intelligence

supply chain management are major challenges because many foods have relatively short shelf life than other products. This article give me an example of how Coca Cola Japan Group, which is using advanced data warehousing techniques provided by Teradata , a hardware and software vendor specializing in data warehousing and analytic applications to improve the vending business. The article has three parts: The first part introduced Coca Cola Japan Group’s vending market faces new and increasing competition...

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Mis Classification

information system are the utility classification of MIS. Areas of Application : Depending upon the area where MIS could be used MIS is classified as Banking IS, Insurance IS, Production IS, Data warehouse IS, Public IS etc. Processing Type: Depending upon the type of management service in processing a data to generate information, MIS is classified into various processing types like Online transactions, Batch processing, distributed processing, multiprocessing etc. Frequency of usage: A MIS...

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Database Technology

This course aims to provide continuum to where the first course of databases left off. Design aspects of relational databases are covered. • Complex data models like OO OR parallel and distributed are introduced. • The course provides students a good overview of the ideas and the techniques, which are behind recent developments in the fields of data warehousing and Online Analytical Processing (OLAP). 1. Overview Review of relational database systems, ER diagram, SQL. 2. Integrity and Security Domain...

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Searching for Revenue: Google

Business Google is able to use data warehousing to improve its business. A data warehouse is a logical collection of data that supports business analysis activities and decision making tasks. Google can use a data warehouse to store information just like a database is able to, but in an aggregated form more suited to supporting decision-making tasks. Cleansing of Data Warehouse Google will need to cleanse the information on its data warehouse simply because data warehouses can contain information from...

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The Business of Social Media and Making the ROI Case

providing access to data to help enterprise users make better business decisions. Because it does not only interprets organization’s raw data into meaningful information. It also explains the factors involving the success of an organization. Online transaction processing (OLTP) is a class of software programs capable of supporting transaction-oriented applications on the Internet. Online analytical processing (OLAP) enables a user to easily and selectively extract and view data from different...

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information system

 In all information systems, data resources must be organized and structured in some logical manner, so that they can be: D. All of the choices are correct. From a logical point of view, a(n) _______________ is the smallest data element that can be observed and manipulated. A. character A record represents a collection of _______________ that describe an entity. D. attributes All the fields used to describe the attributes of an entity are grouped to form a(n) _______________...

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Terrorist Watch List Database

1.1 Data Warehouse A data warehouse is a database that stores current and historical data of potential interest to decision makers throughout the company.[1] In the Terrorist Watch List Database case, the information about suspected terrorists are consolidated and standardized from multiple government agencies so that the information can be centralized into a single list, from which different agencies can communicate and share information with each other. This centralized database is a specific...

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Summary and Evaluation: Continental Airlines Flies High with Real-Time Business Intelligence

upper-class and business travelers.   The company has also been able to operate in the face of adversity (such as 9/11) due to effective decision-making. The company moved to its new initiative from "First to Favorite". It also expanded Enterprise Data Warehouse which empower a real-time business intelligence capability. Its IT department delivers service for internal operations as well as for its customer service and external Web Applications and programs. Continental was able to concede to bring back...

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Management Information System Discussion Question Ch1.1. What Does the Word "Processing" in Date Processing Mean? Data Processing Changes and Manipulates the Data in the Is. the Computer's Speed and Accuracy Enable

1. what does the word "processing" in date processing mean? Data processing changes and manipulates the data in the IS. The computer's speed and accuracy enable organizations to process million of pieces of date in several seconds. 2. Give three examples in which raw data also serve as useful information. Three examples of raw data served as useful information can be a customer's age, gender, and his/ her annual income in a target market survey for a marketing company...

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