Data Warehousing

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Prompt Publications, 2001 - Computers - 279 pages
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Datawarehousing is the manipulation of the data collected by your business. This manipulation of data provides your company with the information it needs in a timely manner, in the form it desires. This complex and emerging technology is fully addressed in this book. Author Amitesh Sinha explains datawarehousing in full detail, covering everything from set-up to operation to the definition of terms.

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Contents

Data WarehousingWhat Is It? What Does It Mean? What Does It Take To Build a Data Warehouse?
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About the author (2001)

Amitesh Sinha has a Masters in Business Administration and over 10 years of experience in the field of Information Technology. Sinha is currently the Director of Projects with GlobalCynex Inc. based in Virginia and has written numerous articles for computer publications.

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