White Papers for Data Warehousing

  • Get One Step Closer to Zero Defect Loans eBookBy

    The concept of zero-defects is challenging to achieve, and even Fannie Mae does not evaluate lenders by a zero-defect-rate standard. Instead, Fannie Mae expects lenders to set defect rate targets as reasonably low as possible based on formal cost-benefit analysis and demonstrate to Fannie Mae...
  • Top Benefits of Digitizing HR Employee Filing in 2022By

    Transform your employee filing strategy with a cloud document management system to streamline processes, cut time, and save costs.
  • Using WQA Consumer Research to Define Marketing StrategyBy

    This white paper gives water quality dealers actionable tips they can use to drive their marketing strategy. We are using the 2021 WQA Consumer Opinion Study as the basis for this research.
  • Create An Inspired Company Culture Through Document Management SoftwareBy

    Positive company culture can go a long way toward creating happier, more productive, and more satisfied employees. Additionally, this is a viable step in the right direction for companies needing to maximize human capital.
  • Electronic Document Management: Capture the BenefitsBy

    Today, it’s hardly a secret that EDMS (Electronic Document Management Systems) deliver significant monetary savings and numerous other advantages over the use and maintenance of hard copy records. Consequently, you can bet that any company or firm looking to expand profitability and viability...
  • What the Heck is an Analytics Strategy?By

    Many analytics projects flat out fail, others go over budget, over schedule and end up not delivering the promised business results. There are many reasons for these failures. The real question is not why these projects fail, but how you can avoid costly failures.
  • Socializing Dashboards – How to go Beyond Clicks & AnalyticsBy

    Analyzing data is no longer the only use for a dashboard. From motivation to accountability to LCDs in the lobby, this whitepaper discusses the different ways organizations can utilize dashboards, allowing them to communicate and engage a wider audience.
  • BIG DATA 2.0 Cataclysm or Catalyst?By

    Four undeniable trends shape the way we think about data – big or small. While managing big data is ripe with challenges, it continues to represent more than $15 trillion in untapped value. New analytics and next-generation platforms hold the key to unlocking that value. Understanding these...
  • Can Master Data Management Reach the Masses?By

    The complexity of today’s business ecosystems underscores the need for improved master data quality, governance and stewardship. Until recently, only the largest companies have had the resources to effectively execute master data management. This eGuide will discuss the challenges of traditional...
  • Business Intelligence 3.0: Revolutionizing Organizational DataBy

    Organizations today are all faced with the same challenge – how to make better decisions faster. While this challenge is not new to businesses, the growth of the data available to business executives and front line business managers has added additional complexity to this challenge....
  • Top Ten Reasons Why Reporting Software Is The OEM's Killer AppBy

    Hey OEMs. The best way to attract more customers—and keep them—is to upgrade your software's reporting component.
  • 10-point checklist for ensuring self-service BI adoptionBy

    Business intelligence reporting has undergone a revolution in recent years with the arrival of self-service BI software. Self-service BI puts data analysis tools directly in the hands of business users, enabling organizations to leverage their corporate information for decision making with...
  • Rise of the Intelligent Supply ChainBy

    Find out how manufacturers are meeting today's supply chain challenges through the use of collaboration and business performance analytics.
  • Noetix BI — The Full Spectrum of ReportingBy

    Business intelligence covers a wide variety of related technologies: report writing, dashboards and data visualization, query routing and scheduling, data mining, predictive analytics, and more. For any of these technologies to be valuable, access to the necessary business data is critical....
  • To V or Not To V: BI Gets Virtual by Claudia ImhoffBy

    In this paper, the two most popular techniques for data integration (virtual data federation and physical data consolidation) are described and through eight BI examples