September 4, 2008

More data on data warehouse sizes and issues

I spoke today with Paul Barth and Randy Bean of consultancy NewVantage Partners. The core of NewVantage’s business seems to be helping large enterprises (especially financial services) with their data warehouse strategies. Takeaways — none of which should shock regular readers of DBMS2 — included:


One Response to “More data on data warehouse sizes and issues”

  1. Randy Bean on September 4th, 2008 5:51 pm

    Curt: These observations are drawn from large-scale data warehouse implementations for very large financial service and Fortune 1000 firms, and from monthly executive roundtable dinners we host with the CIO’s of these firms. We are seeing a gradual embrace of analytical data marts or “sandboxes” for high-impact business activities where time-to-market is a major factor.

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