Data Warehousing

A data warehouse is a repository for data collected from one or more source systems. Most organisations have data such as spread sheets on PCs and network drives, transactional systems feed databases from different vendors and so it goes on.

The data warehouse is the one place all this data comes together.

The flexibility to bring this data together gives us a view across the organisation from which we can generate structured and ad-hoc reports to feed the thirst for information.

It's as important to understand how you capture and derive your data as it is to have an accurate, well-structured database.

We'll help you decide whether or not you need a data warehouse for your reporting data, how many data marts are right for you and what the security structure should be across your data. A data warehouse is not always the answer and we take a pragmatic approach to this question and will give you straightforward, clear advice on what you really need to achieve your reporting and analysis needs.

It's as important to understand how you capture and derive your data as it is to have an accurate, well-structured database.

We'll help you decide whether or not you need a data warehouse for your reporting data, how many data marts are right for you and what the security structure should be across your data.

A data warehouse is not always the answer and we take a pragmatic approach to this question and will give you straightforward, clear advice on what you really need to achieve your reporting and analysis needs.