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December Data Warehousing Classes

Spend your 2007 training budget
before it’s too late. This December we’re offering two business intelligence & data warehousing courses.

Fundamentals of Business
Intelligence and Data Warehousing

December 3-4

We’ve aimed this course at
business and technical managers who may be involved in the process of designing
and implementing a BI application or DW. As a matter of fact, anyone who just needs to understand what
is involved in managing either a BI or DW project will walk out of this course
with a vastly-increased knowledge of the process.

You will learn basic concepts of
BI and DW; industry terminology; critical success factors & risks; BI
applications, uses and users; Data Integration Framework (DIF); DW & BI
development processes; culture, politics & organizations; best practices;
and industry trends.

Business Intelligence and Data
Warehousing: Architecture

December 10-11    Course

This is a great course for program
managers, project managers, data architects, anyone who participates in making
architecture and methodology decisions, and anyone who needs to understand the
differences between various data warehousing architectures and methodologies.

You will learn basic architectural concepts;  industry terminology; data
integration; hub-and-spoke, federated, and independent architectures; top-down,
bottom-up, and hybrid data warehousing methodologies; project management
implications of various approaches; how to determine the best-fit architecture
and methodology for your data warehousing program; best practices; and industry

All classes are taught in Waltham, MA. Breakfast and lunch are on us!


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