Tapping into Advanced Data Warehousing Capabilities

By Logistics Tech Outlook | Friday, July 05, 2019

Tapping into Advanced Data Warehousing CapabilitiesTo stay intriguing and customer-centric, incorporating technology into the vast business data systems is vital. 

FREMONT, CA: In the changing technological world, priorities keep shifting, and trends keep emerging. While modernization is at its peak, companies are exploring dynamic analytic and warehousing options. Automation and smarter data scanning are being incorporated, and a transformation towards cloud-computing has marked its onset.

Traditional business intelligence and data management practices are on the wane now. Big data technology is replacing the database approach gradually. There is an emergence of big data platforms and analytics tools that can successfully capture and render the vast amount of data that is generated daily. Companies are in an excellent position to improve many aspects of business decision-making and customer relationship by leveraging the capabilities of data. In 2018, 59 percent of the companies surveyed said they had big data implementations. Additionally, big data can enable companies to replace the data warehouse with data lakes.

Warehousing can undergo a lot of changes in the right direction and entitle companies to better their results if big data is used for optimization. Subsequently, the uses of data warehouses will increase and encompass predictive analytics, customer analysis, and fraud detection. Big data architecture is becoming mainstream with all the value it adds to data warehousing.

The application of cloud computing to data warehousing has many ups. Cloud is cost-effective and yet efficient. Business intelligence with clouds means better controls and better monitoring capabilities. Apart from the data mobility they attach to a company, they also offer many other tools and benefits. Agility and scalability of cloud platforms are a big plus, and a data warehouse on clouds can expand whenever the need comes.  The burden of managing equipment and systems maintenance also goes away when the data warehouse is based on a cloud platform.

Business models are growing complex, and a real-time data monitoring capability is considered essential these days. Advanced data warehousing can allow companies to perform to the best of their data capabilities.

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