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Data Warehousing for Professional Services with Dynamics AX

This article discusses data warehousing as a solution for Professional Services organizations trying to streamline and expand Microsoft Dynamics AX analytical tasks.     Data continues to become more and more important in the modern business realm, maybe particularly for Professional Services organizations.  Because data drives decision-making across the organization as Professional Services teams work to […]

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Professional Sports Team Data Warehousing with Dynamics GP

A data warehouse is a dynamic solution for Professional Sports organizations utilizing Microsoft Dynamics GP to manage and analyze multiple types of data for robust reports and budgets.    The size and significance of your data sets today can be huge, perhaps particularly for professional sports teams.  Because this information relates specifically to performance, advertising, […]

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Zooming in on OLAP Cubes

This article will zoom in on OLAP cubes as a technology option for Business Intelligence tasks – and how they compare to your other BI data store choices. Let’s dive into the topic of OLAP cubes.  With data steadily growing in size and significance, Business Intelligence (BI) data store solutions are becoming more and more […]

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Data Warehousing for Retail Dynamics NAV Users

This article is going to discuss a data warehouse as a solution, in general and in particular for retail companies who want to expand their Microsoft Dynamics NAV experience.     In today’s fast-paced business world, perhaps especially for retail organizations, data is such an important resource.  Because company information drives decisions, retail companies use this […]

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OLAP Cube vs. Data Warehouse

Data continues to trend upward as a topic in the world of business as the quantity of data that a company maintains, evaluates, and organizes continues to expand.  Holding onto and utilizing pertinent information is vital for analyzing company strengths and weaknesses, while preparing for successful maturation in the future.  That said, without having IT […]

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