A large store of data accumulated from a wide range of sources within a company and used to guide management decisions.
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- Also central to the project will be a data warehouse, collecting management information on goods and services bought through Zanzibar, including supplier details, prices paid, by whom and when, government-wide.
- After analysis, they calculated that this requirement would eventually yield between a nine and 11 terabyte data warehouse.
- A data warehouse is not simply a large database, dependent upon the applications it will be used for.
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- Data mining, data warehousing and customer relationship management seem to be branching into three new directions.
- Companies, they say, want to maximize their investments in software that handles customer interactions and data warehousing.
- Sybase IQM is a database designed specifically to support data warehousing.
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