“A source of data that is subject oriented, integrated, nonvolatile and time variant for the purpose of management’s decision processes.” Inmon 1980
The definition of Data Warehouse coined by Inmon in the 80s, still relevant today, has evolved over time and led to a diversification of user and company requirements. The advent of Data Warehouse 2.0 and the experience gained over the years have shown us that, both in terms of technological architecture and project methodology, each client has specific, particular needs in building their Data Warehouse.
The creation of interactive data areas through Change Data Capture; the management of destructured or geolocalized data areas; the use of advanced partitioning and compression techniques for the optimization of cost and performance of Terabytes’ DW; and the implementation of entry-level architectures based on open source ETL and databases- these are just some of the scenarios that we encounter every day and that enable us to manage any issues and support clients and partners through the project life-cycle.
BIEPM’s professionalism is based on its many years of experience in the sector, the certifications and specializations it has achieved for all the main reference technology platforms (Oracle|Hyperion, SAP/BusinessObjects, and IBM Cognos to name but a few), and the continuous training and personal development of its human resources.
It is with this in mind that, for some years now Ecoh Media has had an arrangement with the University of Insubria in Varese and Como where it provides Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence techniques training to students on the Computer Science Master’s degree course.
This training, which has been embedded as a part of the Databases and Advanced Applications course, has been very successful and is followed up by an in-company thesis project and internships.
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