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Research and Markets: Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8ff458/enterprise_bi_arch) has announced the addition of the "Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing" report to their offering.

Agile data warehousing delivers powerful BI applications in the shortest time frame possible, yet coordinating multiple fast-moving BI teams demands more than simple project management. Organizations need an enterprise business intelligence architecture (EBIA) function to coordinate high-level requirements, designs, and technologies in order to avoid ruinously expensive mistakes and redundancies.

The report Enterprise BI Architecture Groups: The Key to Effective Agile Data Warehousing Programs by Cutter's Ralph Hughes helps you create an environment where an enterprise data warehouse will naturally emerge from multiple agile data mart development projects. To do this, you'll learn how to evolve the commonplace architecture review board into an EBIA function that can align the deliverables of the agile development teams.

The Guidelines in This Report Will Help You:

  • Improve the speed and quality of your projects
  • Discover the challenges and benefits an EBIA group can offer agile teams
  • Deliver your crucial BI applications more efficiently
  • Forecast the services and productivity tools you'll need ahead of time
  • Persuade your development teams to voluntarily align with corporate warehousing goals
  • Gain insight into your organization's collective operations and competitiveness

You'll also be provided with a clear set of methodological patterns, design decisions, and prepopulated data components that an EBIA can offer your project architect that will shave months off prep work and the team's delivery.

And you'll get a suggested 120-day plan for implementing an EBIA function in the average organization as a starting vision for the work, milestones, and funding that an effective enterprise warehouse alignment program will require.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8ff458/enterprise_bi_arch

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