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Taming the Data Beast: Inheriting Key Insights from Data Warehousing Practice
by Martijn ten Napel
In this article, Martijn ten Napel, a practicing architect in the field of business intelligence (BI) since 1998, explores the challenge that has confronted him throughout his career: why do so many BI projects fail? His conclusion is that the struggle to achieve coherence between people, process, information, and technology has caused the complexity of the data landscape to grow out of control. His answer to the problem is the connected architecture — a framework and thought process for the organization of DW and BI projects. He believes it applies equally to digital business.
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