Enterprise Datawarehouse

Valuable information comes in many forms —from structured to unstructured, operational to transactional, real-time to historical— it is scattered throughout every enterprise.

This information may reside in databases and data warehouses, e-mails and transaction logs, customer call logs, customer behavior or product orders.

However, if you can unleash this data and leverage it properly, you will make better decisions and drive sales, improve processes and services, boost team productivity, reduce the risks inherent in doing business and streamline relationships with customers, trading partners and suppliers.

Leverage on our enterprise data warehousing expertise and unlock the power to delivering relevant, comprehensive, insightful information across your company.

A data warehouse is a repository (collection of resources that can be accessed to retrieve information) of an organization's electronically stored data, designed to facilitate reporting and analysis.

This definition of the data warehouse focuses on data storage. The main source of the data is cleaned, transformed and cataloged and is made available to be used by managers and other business professional for data mining, online analytical processing, market research and decision support.

Data warehousing is combining data from multiple and usually varied sources into one comprehensive and easily manipulated database. Common accessing systems of data warehousing include queries, analysis and reporting. Because data warehousing creates one database in the end, the number of sources can be anything you want it to be. The final result, however, is homogeneous data, which can be more easily manipulated.

Data warehousing arises in an organization's need for reliable, consolidated, unique and integrated analysis and reporting of its data, at different levels of aggregation.